Anyone recognize this crest?

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Anyone recognize this crest?

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On the magwell of an AR I bought. I want to be sure it's nothing controversial, LOL. :D
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So what if it is "controversial"? It's your property, who the hell cares?


Have a great, gun carryin', Kenpo day

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Google lense.

Wolfsangle


In early times, believed to possess magical powers, it became a symbol of liberty and independence after its adoption as an emblem of a peasant revolt in the 15th century against the oppression of the German princes and their mercenaries. The Wolfsangel was an initial symbol of the Nazi Party.

Weather that's what it meant to those folks who knows. Who was the manufacturer?
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kenpoprofessor wrote: January 30th, 2022, 4:49 pm So what if it is "controversial"? It's your property, who the hell cares?

Clyde
Perhaps the Darrens and Karens in an average jury-pool? :lol:
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Even though the swastika was appropriated from our indigenous folk, no one knows it as anything but what it became. Not sure that crest graphic has the same weight to it at all. Meh :roll:

Oh, and it's on a PSA M-15 lower.

THanks, guys!
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