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Mk2. With Cruize Visor.

Article about: As far as I know around 5000 of these cruize visors were produced between 1940/ 41. This one being made by BMB and dated 1941,did BMB make all the 5000? Cruize visors were the idea of Sir Ri

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    Indeed, a mutual friend has told me that a lot more than 5,000 were produced/issued.....the Navy and the Army had some......

    Sadly I don’t know about what variants within Marks there were......

    BUT it’s still a great piece and one I’d gladly have in my collection...

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    Here is a really good look at the worldwarcollectibles one :

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    I noticed the ball joint on mine where the arm fits to the bracket, on the helmet, is slightly different to a lot of others.
    Being a later date, less metal has been used.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Mk2. With Cruize Visor.  

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    There could well be intra-Mark, manufacturer-specific variants...there often is....

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    That one being 1940 has two sides enclosing the ball joint.
    There is a patent number just viable.

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