Thank you for showing your examples ,they are fantastic , the model with the Yellow /Arabic script is intriguing, do you know whet this represents?
And your M90 is a classic example of the Jundi approach to field repair, very nice battlefield relic
many thanks opex ,the bottom right lid might look familiar to you too mate ,cheers james
Arabic numerals are pretty easy to translate , arabic writing would be much more difficult to translate
the yellow marked helmet looks like
Like you said, arabic numerals are easy. I managed to learn it in half an hour when I was in Egypt. They tend to write the numerals of the numberplates in western and eastern arabic numerals.
Back to the marking; haven't figured out what 286 means, yet.
Hi Fellow Collectors, here is another M-90 from my Iraqi collection, this one is clearly missing it's sweatband and has some damage/field repairs which I feel only add's to it's provenance of being a "bring back" from Desert Storm. It has a name on the webbing, chinstrap and on the outside of the shell, which I wish I could identify. Feel free to check out the pictures for more details and thanks for looking,Opex