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    Hi M8s
    Help Identify Liner please.

    Thanks

    Ron
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    Looks like a WWII era M1 helmet liner. If you look on the inside at the very top you will find a small makers stamp.

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    Yep M1 liner, if you very carefully clean around the top inside ,you should see a mark, like mk1rceme said.

    Interesting marking's on the front too.....good one!

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    wxs2005
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    Quote by gaz232sqn View Post
    Yep M1 liner, if you very carefully clean around the top inside ,you should see a mark, like mk1rceme said.

    Interesting marking's on the front too.....good one!
    Hi mk1rceme
    Yes on the inside is a 21 over a circle with a W in and an oblong cylinder in it . whats the makers mark .

    thanks
    Ron

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    Quote by wxs2005 View Post
    Hi mk1rceme
    Yes on the inside is a 21 over a circle with a W in and an oblong cylinder in it . whats the makers mark .

    thanks
    Ron
    Westinghouse elecric company

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