Returns, Damaged Or Missing Items:

 Any damaged item will be replaced at no charge if we've been contacted within 5 days of receipt of the item; this only applies to domestic customers.

We will glady accept any returned item only if the item is still sealed in the original package and there is no odor of cigarettes. Any item returned in the orginal packaging will be refunded the orginal value minus a $6 restock fee for 
the item/s returned. Any item/s returned out of the original packaging will be considered used items and will be refunded 30% of the orginal value ... non negotiable!


Please Note: If any item is missing from your order, you will need to contact us within 5 days and we will send the missing item at no charge. After 5 days we are under no obligation to do so. Overseas customers, the missing item will be refunded or we'll ship the missing item in your next order.

Any order that is canceled by the customer will incur a $20 restock charge ... refund will be issued within 7-10 business
days.

Thank you for shopping at BattleGear Toys,
Auggie & Quan Romero

Indemnity

We are a manufacturer of 1/6th scale collectibles intended for display purposes by adult collectors, museums, and history buffs. We neither endorse any hate group or organization promoting such demented ideology nor do we acknowledge their legtitimacy. 


War in unfortunately a harsh reality of life on this planet. It's causes vary, but it's ramifications affect all of us directly or indirectly. Contrary to some generals of the past, there is no glory in war, only distruction, atrocities and tragic loss of life and property. Our own country has found it necessary when our own freedoms have been challenged such as declarations of war or acts of war against us, and in those few cases war becomes the only viable option.

Some will say that displaying symbols such as the swaztika is offensive, but in the case of the swaztika it was used by our own military (45th Division), by Native American tribes, and by Churches of old as an ancient symbol of good luck. Still, some will say that it's a symbol of "Nazi Germany", but these statements are out of ignorance since not all citizens were members of the Nazi Party, not all the soldiers of the German miltary forces were members of the Nazi Party, and not all the German people agreed or endorsed the policies of the Nazi regime. The swaztika of WWII factually represents a country that existed at a specific point in time and place, and our display of symbol is meant soley to represent Germany during WWII.