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|Topic Started: Apr 30 2012, 02:37 PM (516 Views)|
|maxstiebritz||Apr 30 2012, 02:37 PM Post #1|
I am Locutus of Stiebritz. We are IR459!
Kameraden and fellow list followers...
I was surfing today for some F&I & Rev-war traps and discovered this???? French Boutheon
Mind u I know it's bright tin but my original is taking a beating and for $75.00 I may be interested in purchasing a couple for usage in our German Bunker.
Take a looksie and let me know what y'all think?
Etatsma▀iger Feldwebel Max Stiebritz |
|cwarren64||Apr 30 2012, 07:46 PM Post #2|
Yeah, these are the ones Carter worked with them to reproduce. They are a little lighter weight than the original but they look good and are well worth the dough. We hope guys buy them so they will keep producing WWI stuff for us.
18e RIL 1914-1918
"Brave 18th, I know you: No enemy can resist you" Napoleon Bonaparte
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