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This is a really nice Luftwaffe flyer's wrist compass complete with the strap. It is functional and has no problems or issues. If you want one of these for your collection, you can stop looking, and buy this one.
This is an original WWII German Panzerfaust which has been repainted after the war. It is bunker recovered, and rusty under the paint, but has no bondo or filler. the sight is missing, and the cocking piece seems to be painted so it does not move. It's the real thing, so you can display it the way it is or make a replica head or perhaps find one out there on the web. It's a great piece for your collection, so don't wait.
This is a really good original sight with original finish. It looks to be functional and without issues. The 1934 is a serial number and it has a wartime maker's code and blue+ indicating cold weather use. The can is very solid and without issues, but post war repainted.
This is a great Luftwaffe blue Mg34 action cover; it's not mint but excellent. It has no problems or issues. It's a real winner, so don't miss it!
This is a good solid all original set with a very good blued finish. It shows age and use but is overall still very good. The cup is excellent. The sight has some old rust on top, and the bubble level is dry, which is typical. The sight still functions well and is overall very good. The wrench is excellent. The case is very good, but missing the steel end to the strap. This is a a very nice set which will display fine in your collection. It's not considered a firearm; as it needs a rifle to function, so no paperwork required, but I can't ship it outside the US.
This is an attractive and solid stock. It has light proofs, and is numbered. It has no problems or issues, and will fix your 33/40.
This is a good solid example with decent original blued finish without problems. It will work in the later war Mauser or any of the semi auto rifles.
This is an original WWII German Panzerfaust which has been very well restored with an excellent tan color. It feels good and heavy. The sights work as does the trigger. Every collection should have one of these. It will look great in your collection zone.
This is a good solid for sure WWII era holster for
the PP,PPK, Hsc etc. It shows age and use, but is still very good.
This is a good solid for sure WWII era holster for the PP,PPK, Hsc etc. It shows age and use, but is still very good.
This is a very good functional clip with all original finish, but with some blue missing on the back. Still, it's a nice clip.
This is a very good functional clip with all original finish.
This is a good solid holster with nice white stitching. It looks good and will display fine.
This is a really nice functional clip with all original finish.
This is a good solid set showing light age and use. The case is a bit dry, but still all there and solid.
This is a good solid set showing light age. The cup has a slight crack but nothing bad. It looks good and will display fine.
This is a good solid set showing light age and some surface rust. It looks good and will display fine.
This is a solid war time example showing only light age and use with very solid leather and an original strap. Your grenade launcher kit will fit into it just fine.
This is a solid war time example showing only light age and use with very solid leather.
This is a nice sound original example. It was repainted post war with a post war strap. It's solid and sound and perfect for your collection or just to store an extra MG34 barrel for your gun.
These are great original G/K43 magazine pouches. I have both the black leather and artificial yellow leather ones available. All are in very nice original condition. Get one or more while they are here, before I sell out.
All three are in very good condition with original paint. The do show age but are still good for your display.
This is a solid war time example showing only light age and use. It will fit right onto your A frame.
This is a good looking flare pistol with nice original finish. It's all there and looks to be functional. All the markings are there just the way we like 'em. Yes, there are some scratches under the barrel, but nothing bad. It will look great in your display.
This is a good looking flare pistol with nice original finish. It's all there and looks to be functional. All the markings are there just the way we like 'em. It will look great in your display.
This is a good looking holster with a very solid body, much the way it was when new. You won't have to fight it to get the flare pistol inside. The hinge is also very good as is the front strap. Oops, but the leather holding the 2 sides together is torn, still it looks really good and it does not show. It will look excellent in your display.
This is the standard strap for the flare holster, and also for the leather flare pouch. It shows light age and use, but is in very good condition. There is a period repair in the center, which I think, does not detract. It will work fine in your display.
The leather is in very good condition. The cleaning rod lop is a little bit weak, but still all there. The only problem is the wire closure loop is missing. I think it would not be too hard to make one out of good stiff wire. It is nicely marked on the back. These early holsters are hard to find.
This is an early example made with the chocolate brown color. There is a corner in the front broken off during the war. The rest of it is very good. These are hard to find when you need one.
This is an original WWII German issue drum mag, used after the war by the friendly Yugoslavs, who repainted it an olive green color. The original WWII German paint is underneath. There is a another coat of black over the green. It is functional and solid for shooting or your display.
This is a great example of a standard wartime Zelt. It has no problems and the colors are very bright, with the exception of a piece of the front, that was exposed to sunlight for a while, and has faded a little. It is perfect for a display.
These are the standard WWII German ammo pouches used by German infantry and other troops. All of them are very solid and without major problems. There may be some missing internal dividers. All the leather and hardware are good to very good. Most a maker marked. I will do my best to match up a pair for you. They will look like a set, but not with the same maker. They will be a set in terms of style of production, condition, early or late war etc. They all need a little wipe down from years of dusty storage, but are otherwise good and solid.
These are original WWII German ceramic pull igniters for the stick grenade. I have replaced the rotted string with new made in Europe correct looking string. The knots are tied correctly, and are aged a bit. They look really good.
These pouches have experienced much debate over the last 15 years. A quantity of them was found in Czechoslovakia. Some people think they are post-war Czech. If you care to read further, I will explain the logic in why I feel they are original WWII. The pouch is maker marked MER 45. The exact pouch is pictured in the 1945 G/K 43 manual. The maker also made holsters during the war of the same material. I have a sling which has the same maker mark and is dated 1944. I will upload the photo of the sling markings as soon as I find the sling. My mother lived in Czechoslovakia in 1945, she was 12 years old, and told me of the shoe shortage. Do you think a country that just survived the war, and has a shortage of EVERYTHING is going to make magazine pouches!!! Now you decide if they are original. Yes, they do have Czech markings from about 1950, but that is typical of re-issuing surplus military gear. The Czechs did that commonly with surplus German equipment. Overall the pouch is in really nice un-messes with condition. You will not be disappointed!
These were used only by flight personnel. This piece is just perfect!!! It is 100% untouched and original. It is 42 dated and maker marked with a large Luftwaffe proof mark. The inside is marked to be used for the Hungarian P37 pistol only. Those Germans, so rule oriented!!! Ordenung must sein!! If you like holsters, you will love this one!!!
I pulled this out of a really nasty original holster. I see no WaA mark on top, but perhaps it is there. The bottom is numbered 7889. It shows a little rust and some use. But, is a 100% original piece.
These are hard to find. Both are excellent and without issues.
This is a hard to find original WWII German canvas tropical sling for the MP38 or MP40. It shows light age and use, but is still very good. It's the 1st one I have had for sale in a long time, so don't miss it!
This is an original WWII German MP38/40 sling. It is really nice crosshatched brown leather, and it has the original markings with a WaA mark. I dug through hundreds of Austrian post-war slings to find the original ones. This is a perfect one, for your collection. Yes, I will hand pick one out of the pile to make you happy, but if you run into me in Key Largo during Spring break, you owe me a margarita.
This is a very solid original MP40 sling made of smooth natural leather with a classic German WWII friction buckle. It is die marked on one end. It will look great on your favorite MP40.
This is a good original example with original paint. The front is painted a grey color and labeled with a rack number. I have seen this done before. There is some very light surface rust that could be cleaned easily with some #00 steel wool and WD40. Overall, it is a very solid and original example.
This is a nice tight original set that has been repainted by the Germans later in the war with a very dark green grey field color. The original factory paint is visible under the green. The carrier is dated WA maker marked. The mags are both maker marked by the same company. The carrier and both mags are very good without any problems. Everything is functional and original wartime German and NOT POSTWAR. The cloth pads on the inside of the holder that keep the mags from bouncing are both there, and tight. Overall this is a very good MG drum set.
These are really nice original bakelite canisters made to hold 5 standard 27 mm flare cartridges. They are mint and 1941 or 1942 dated. I have both colors available, which hold red or green flares.
This is a good looking complete set. The can is excellent with great straps. The mask is a little dry but still very good. The cleaning cloth, spring and eye piece covers are all there It will display very well in your man zone.
These are standard WWII German gasmask can straps. They show age and use, but are still solid and will work fine.
Every gasmask can should have a set of these to wipe the eyepieces. The spring holds the cloth in the bottom of the can. Take a look in your gasmask can. Do you see one of these? I thought so, it's missing. You should buy this one before I raise the price because you need it. Ok ok, just kidding, I wont raise the price, just yet.
This is a very solid example. It shows a bit of use, and has one small crack. Overall it is a very good example.
This is a good example of the standard issue bread bag. It shows some honest age and use, but looks good and will display fine.
This is a good example of the standard issue bread bag. It shows some honest age and use, but looks good. The leather is dry, and one of the interior tabs is missing. These early bags are hard to find. It still looks good and will display fine.
These are original zinc plated steel dog tags. The have no damage or rust.
These were used to hook the Y straps to the belt if an ammo pouch was not worn. Or carry an extra canteen. these are not for your SS or SA dagger. All are original and marked. Condition is solid, but used.
There is some debate if these are war-time or post-war pouches. This is my "take" of the subject. Those that don't have one consider them post-war. Those that have one in their collection claim them to be original 3rd Reich. You can decide, but I will help you a little, if I may be so bold and offer the following info. I bought several of these in Czechoslovakia, before the wall came down. They were still full of original German WWII MG stuff. Some collectors think they are post war Austrian, but these were behind the iron curtain, left there after the war by the Germans. The construction and material are typical German WWII. They are post war marked, as the Czechs used them after the war. It was standard policy to mark German surplus gear for the Czech Army after the war.