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Helmet attachments / "bolt-ons"

Article about: I recently revisited a list we created on Gregs old Yahoo forum...this was a list of all the things which are / can be attached to the modern combat helmet ranging from patches to cameras. I

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    Yep......the weapons used have attachments which, when “fired”, set off the detectors......as shown in “Heartbreak Ridge”.....

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    Quote by Composite View Post
    Here's one which is a bit closer to home Mark.

    Canadian version is built into a helmet cover, much like the US ones which come with rails and mounts sewn-in. The last pic shows it from the inside...quite a piece of work......'damned clever those Canucks!

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    Very very nice Adrian and the 1st one I have ever seen up to now I did not know these existed...

    Regards Mark
    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    Quote by Greg Pickersgill View Post
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    ...Brit Mk6A de-mining ...
    While out 'detecting' today I made this ground find of a visor mount:Helmet attachments / "bolt-ons"

    It was in a somewhat sheltered spot next to a building so, from the corrosion etc, its clearly been lying outside for quite some time. With the mounting bolt reattached, it appears to have been removed from a helmet & discarded for some reason. It looked familiar but the size & weight of the bracket threw me so I didn't immediately identify it & search the area in much more detail... I'll need to go back to see if there's a pair

    I thought it might be worth posting here because, from the quoted posts its clear the 'mount' was used for several helmet/visor combinations but on differing metal 'brackets'. From the examples above, what I have found appears to be a Mk6 / Mk6A IS or de-mining version... or perhaps somebody can tell me if there's more to it than that?

    With thanks in advance!

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    Having done Brackets, I guess jaw protection should be included....

    Here's 3


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    These things took-off big time during the Afghan years and a number of styles were trialed / used. They range from what appears to be quite flimsy (though deceptively strong) like that on the ACU'd example to things that you certainly don't wanna drop on your foot. And of course, the Brit Virtus (borrowed) has one too (and there appears to be 2 versions of that too). In reality, they seem to be restricted to (or should that be preferred by) the likes of top gunners / exposed drivers etc...

    ...other countries have them too.........hint hint.....

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