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M18 Stahlhelm liner?

Article about: Hey. Does this M18 liner seem authentic? What about the chinstrap?

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    Hey. Does this M18 liner seem authentic? What about the chinstrap?
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    Seems OK despite not so great pix. Check that flap near the clip, there should be a makers stamp on it. Rivets and other fittings seem right.....but these are faked too. Please post pix of the whole helmet.

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    Yeah, it's not mine, it's on an auction. Thanks for the answer!

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    Hello
    Its not W1 German if thats what your after neither are the rivetts.

    Eric

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    Are you sure Eric? The rivets might very well be Finnish, but the liner should be German. Does it seem like a fake?

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    Quote by Finnlander View Post
    Are you sure Eric? The rivets might very well be Finnish, but the liner should be German. Does it seem like a fake?
    I'm sorry chum check the steel band.. not German First War I've no idea what the ink stamps about member Adler may confirm for me its a no no I've been 'done' by one of these in the past in a helmet.

    Eric

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    Thanks Eric. Im glad I didn't buy it

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