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M16/17 Camo lid BF64 - No liner

Article about: Thanks for the comments, glad you guys like it. I would have been certain it was a 4 but I can see why it could be a 2 as well. I did also see the numbers stamped into the dome as well, thou

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    Default Re: M16/17 Camo lid BF64 - No liner

    Thanks for the comments, glad you guys like it. I would have been certain it was a 4 but I can see why it could be a 2 as well. I did also see the numbers stamped into the dome as well, though they are hard to make out, can just see a 503 and maybe an R before that.

    Do love the look of this one with my other WW2 lids, just oozes character.

    Nuno, as the others have said I wouldn't move on that one either, and as you said its not cheap to. Better lookers around for that type of money.

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    Default Re: M16/17 Camo lid BF64 - No liner

    Volksjager, if your dome stamping/heat lot number starts withan "R" then the batch of steel that your helmet was stamped from came out of the rolling mills at "Stahlwerk Röchling in Volkingen".
    Prost ! Steve.
    "The German Army is the perfectly adapted, perfectly running Machine. The difference is that the Germans are organised with a view to War...with the cold, hard, practical and business-like purpose of winning victories."
    G.W. Steevens - The Daily Mail (1897)

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