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Article about: Hi! Some of my bulgarian helmets. The first one is M36 A in original, untouched condition. The biting buckle is missing from the chinstrap which had been shortened and riveted as a field rep

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    Hi!

    Some of my bulgarian helmets. The first one is M36 A in original, untouched condition. The biting buckle is missing from the chinstrap which had been shortened and riveted as a field repair. Typical czech bendorfer style strap, large czech liner retaining rivets. DVF marked bulgarian liner from Kazanlak.
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    Great helmet, i've been looking for one myself. Thanks for posting!..
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    M36 B helmet, 3 rivet type liner system, unrolled rim, original ww2 condition. The same strap like in A helmets. Outside had been repainted after the war in darker, glossy green and a red star was added too.
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    Default M36 C helmet

    The most common bulgarian helmet and this type was produced in the largest numbers aswell, circa the 70% of the bulgarian lids. Different liner system, german style two piece riveted strap. Finely texturd, lighte finish than vintage A and B models.
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    Quote by easternwarfront View Post
    M36 B helmet, 3 rivet type liner system, unrolled rim, original ww2 condition. The same strap like in A helmets. Outside had been repainted after the war in darker, glossy green and a red star was added too.
    hi can you please tell me is the green paint on this ww2 paint did they use this paint post war as well ??

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    Here is my 36A, in what I guess is original condition. Sadly no national shield though, don't know if it ever had it.

    Jim
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    Nice helmet Jim! All original, only the dome pillow has been removed.

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