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Strange visor/brim on German helmet

Article about: Hi all, picked this up a few days ago, thought the visor shape looked unusual. It's a model m16 (chin strap lugs on either side of helmet). Am I right? Here is a link to pics I posted on a w

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    Smile Re: Strange visor/brim on German helmet

    So am I right in thinking that this was a good find then?
    I've certainly never seen this style before.
    I wonder how many were made and distributed to troops?
    The book Stahlhelm: Evolution of the German Steel Helmet
    *By Floyd R. Tubbs, says that 'Data concerning production and distribution remain elusive'.

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    Default Re: Strange visor/brim on German helmet

    Inside measurement from where liner would of been :-
    Front to back - 225mm
    Side to side - 175mm

    Outside Measurement from rear apron to front visor edge - 312mm

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