Was pleased to come across this site, even more pleased to see its just for militaria. We collectors have needed an eBay alternative for some time. OK, so the site is still relatively new, but it has all the features of more mainstream auctions sites – but without the overly restrictive policies and high fees that have made those sites just too painful for militaria sellers to use. Great job so far, getting addicted to checking out what’s been listed on a daily basis.
I found WARSTUFF when I was looking for somewhere to sell a World War II German helmet. I had previously listed this with eBay, but although it didn't have any insignia or markings they still closed it as WWII German items are not permitted. I listed on WARSTUFF thinking that as the site is still not as busy as eBay, it would take me a while to get a seller. Actually, I got a sale within 10 days and got paid without issue. All in, very happy and WARSTUFF is now my first choice for buying and selling.
If like me you have an interest in collecting militaria or come at these things from an historian's view point then this is the site for you.
I find it slick to use and easy to buy and sell items without the worry of goods being 'pulled' off for their links to warfare. This site is a constant source of interest with a wide range of artifacts on sale and is regularly updated with 'tweets' offering links to new additions.
It even has a monthly news letter, well worth supporting!
I bought a US Army Gentex helmet from the Vietnam War from a seller on WARSTUFF. Great price, and shipped on time. I will be using WARSTUFF again. Really great idea, it's great to have a site that's only for collectors interested in war stuff. I also follow them on twitter - they share good war related stories plus they tweet on what items are up for auction.
I bought my unique oven mitts from a seller at Warstuff.com. They're actually genuine ex-military leather winter sniper gloves, and make a great talking point when making dinner with friends. Delivery was quick and the process was easy.
I signed up for their newsletter, which is good - once a month a get a reminder to check out the latest stuff, together with a bit of militaria history.
Finally, a credible auctions site for buying and selling militaria and military antiques - I no longer have to rely on eBay. I came across WARSTUFF after getting fed up with having my militaria listings pulled on eBay, and I think it's great. It has nearly all the features of other auctions sites but with one key difference - it is targeted at my collecting niche. I've bought and sold successfully on WARSTUFF already, looking forward to building my feedback profile. Thought I would share this with other militaria collectors out there - a great resource for you!
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