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Article about: Got the helmet from my local surplus for 25.00, marked Liner Ground Troops Helmet (combat) type Feb.1975. I think that was good, as in value. The knife from an antique dealer in the South fo

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    Got the helmet from my local surplus for 25.00, marked Liner Ground Troops Helmet (combat) type Feb.1975. I think that was good, as in value. The knife from an antique dealer in the South for 5.00. Marked Camillus 1977. The flashlight from a garage sale a long time ago for a dollar, marked Fulton USA. I'm repainting my room, so you won't see any of my stuff on there for a while.
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    Good Deal !

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    Great buys...........................!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Good deal on the stuff. Have fun painting! Rich A. in Pa.
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    Quote by rra227 View Post
    Good deal on the stuff. Have fun painting! Rich A. in Pa.
    Trust me, I won't. Do any of you guys know if the knife is from a War or post war?

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    knife is post-Viet Nam war era....

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    Thanks. I've had it for a while and never knew, even though the blade said 77'.

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    Quote by Blitzkrieg Bop View Post
    Thanks. I've had it for a while and never knew, even though the blade said 77'.
    The date of manufacture for this knife is indeed 1977............!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    You got good prices for all your stuffand they are in nice condition. Brings back memories. Same equipment I was issued except my liner was paratrooper. BTW, we always wore the elastic band with the printed side inwards and we had our last names empbroidered on them so they would show to the front. Also, the band had luminiscent "cat eyes" sewn on the back.

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