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Article about: thought id take a group shot of some of my more modern composite lids ,please ignore the top first three as you know these are steel pots the last is a yugoslavian/serbian m89 as guessed man

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    thought id take a group shot of some of my more modern composite lids ,please ignore the top first three as you know these are steel pots the last is a yugoslavian/serbian m89 as guessed manufactured in 1989 below left to right "defence forces ireland" rabintex orlite ,my british mk6 with multiterrain pattern cover next the US pasgt then last my bundeswehr b826 with flecktarn cover enjoy james Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice! I hope to get my collection looking this good one day

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    Nice group James I have had a few composite lids over the years, but all went towards German lids in the end. Can't resist the dark side

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    Amazing to see the camo patterns together like that!

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Very nice

    But I think you need one of these ---

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    AHHHHH....Danish flecktarn, nice ! James, great collection !
    Prost ! Steve.
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    Fantastic display! I like Mk6s (am trying to display each type of cover) but I think PASGTS and PASGT style helmets display better

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    Quote by KradSpam View Post
    Nice group James I have had a few composite lids over the years, but all went towards German lids in the end. Can't resist the dark side
    I have always wanted to get a PASGT after seeing 'Blackhawk Down' ( and a Delta Force hockey helmet rig ) but like Andy I too lurk in the shadowy realm of WW2 Germany

    Cheers, Dan
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    A great collection of lids, they all look really good.

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    Reminds me I have a Serbian M97 Kevlar PASGT clone knocking around somewhere. Must dig that out.

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