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Article about: Would anyone be able to provide me with some information on this cap? I'm in unfamiliar territory and I hope I posted this in the correct section. The buttons looks silver but they are gold.

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    Would anyone be able to provide me with some information on this cap? I'm in unfamiliar territory and I hope I posted this in the correct section. The buttons looks silver but they are gold. Grateful for any assistance that can be provided. Thank you.


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    I used to see similar caps at the army surplus stores as a kid but never as minty or with the Edelweiss. I kick myself for motorcycle getting one because I would love to use one as a work cap..
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    postwar Austrian mountain troops.

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    Thanks Michael and Harry.

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    Wow MD.H !!! Would this have been pre K4 dot camo !! And I guess from a short lived run!!! As I have Only before seen the m56 plain grey cap like the one I have!!!

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    Wonderful cap austromunga, indeed looks to be a cammo Bundesheer Gebirgsjager mutze !
    Today the traditions of the Austrian mountain infantry (Gebirgsjager) are maintained by the 6th Jagerbrigade in Innsbruck, subdivided in three battalions (Jagerbataillon 23, Jagerbataillon 24 and Jagerbataillon 26).
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