The only reason I can think of for such fakes is that the seller had access to very cheap (his boss’s?) laser etching kit and that he thought he could show a reasonable profit. This plan would only work if someone (you?) was prepared to pay over the odds to buy them.
That said, the use of the RG66 charger as a starting point shows a high level of ignorance/stupidity. The charger at top left looks as if it has a blued spring and may be Portuguese in origin.
I’ve no idea of the ultimate source or provenance of these clips but rest assured, I don’t think I paid over the odds for them. I bought them for the oddities that they are, knowing that they could not be real. It’s a shame about the ‘P237’ one though, as it would have been a new maker.
The problem here, as with all things faked, is that the fakes will just keep getting better. If there’s a ready market then the producers will learn from their mistakes and might get to the point, when the item has aged a bit, where it’s tricky to separate the real from the false.
Happy collecting, Peter