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    thats what i though, but wasnt sure. because i got a few fakes one for my son, and thats all i had to go off of.

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    like garry said a bad one im afraid shane

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    its no big deal. ill just take it back to the shop, and get my money back.

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    Best thing to do Shane. Sorry about the bad news.

    PS: in answer to the other question, the DJ shooting badge could be awarded at the earliest to boys aged 12*

    Boys aged 14 (DJ leaders) or over shot for the HJ badges.

    *Information taken from the 1941 publication "DJ Führerdienst Gebiet Hochland"

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    Guys,

    It is bad because the pin and the maker, right? I have seen M1/123 in many fakes.

    Thanks in advance

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    Antonio

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    yes i think i saw that M1/123 was a red flag, bad news ...

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    that form of blunt end pin support is automatic fake never existed in the TR.

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    well i got my money back to the pins, and i learn not to deal with this guy again. Now i have to deal with that hat i bought.

    Its sick how people r out there just to rip u off. Its a good thing im Not the same person i was a few years ago!!

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