An example of the color-charade mentioned above: two Volkssturm men (of course an elderly gent and a youngish pup in the same foxhole) manning a position in Ratibor, Silesia. Although the warhead is yellow and has a decal, the tube seems dark, probably German camouflage green - and has no decals. The decals were invariably printed red on Dunkelgelb background, and as we are to see soon, these labels are very contrasting on a green background. But this tube seems to lack them at all. Also, the trigger and sight assembly although lighter than the tube, seems another shade than the warhead - these are known in light-grey as well, just as some Pzf I have just seen in a Helsinki museum last fortnight - almost Austrian WW1 Hechtgrau in color, some with German and one with Finnish decals. That one seem to be post-war modification, as all Finnish WW2 photos (and I have downloaded at least 30 of them from the Finnish War Archive accessible on-line) with Pzf show German labels, mostly on Pzf 30m of both models, kl. and gr.