I've done business with vintage clothing dealers over the years and it seems they view their world very differently than the military collectors world. They buy on the cheap and generally sell their items so at reasonable prices as their clientele usually doesn't have a lot of money to spend. So, I go into a recently opened vintage clothing store and strike up a conversation with one of the owners who have some militaria clothing in the store, but nothing collectable IMO. They are interested in any military items I have for sale, so I go into their store yesterday as both owners want to see what I have. Having seen what type of military items they have for sale in their store, I take in what I think is in their ball park. They are not interested in anything I have and what I brought is not pricy even in the military collectors world. In other words, not worth the trip for me. They also have a G-1 type jacket hanging up on the wall and the one owner says it's a M-422a, but from what I can see it's not. They say it has a black label with gold lettering, so that peaks my interest. I told them if they took the jacket down and let me look at the label that I can ID it for them. Well, the guy keeps blabbing on about this and that and never takes the jacket down for me to look at. Anyone else have experiences with vintage clothing dealers?