Hmm, doesn't suprise me, especially when the one I saw was strangely new-looking. One sexy dagger, though. How would I go about finding a "real" SA dagger? And yeah, the helmet and armour piece was something like
I'd love to buy this stuff, but where I live there are no reenactments (only once in a decade reenacting a local secessionist war that failed), it's extremely difficult to buy licensed weapons (heavy bureaucracy and strict laws), especially from WW2, and even harder to find general equipment from WW2 such as uniforms, badges and so on. The price of it all is usually twice as high as what you pay for in the US. Even if I did buy these things, my family would think I'm a nutter and would perhaps call me a nazi or a fascist as well. I have only some rusty badges that my great-great-grandfather had for fighting in WW1 for Germany, but I don't even know where those are anymore.