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M40 camo helmet from Kurland pocket

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    Hi guy,s..
    This beauty M40 single Heer decal helmet I brought back home from last weekend trip around Kurland pocket...
    clear evidence that also in Kurland pocket we had our own camo helmets!!
    Lift up from 1 m deep sand fox hole-far away from front line!
    Old man who lives in area told that it might belonged to one of german Einsaztkomandos who operated in that area -having been involved in forest fights agains Russian partisans!
    Yesterday I cleaned it as much as possible and made wax cower.
    Hope you friends will enjoy it as much as I do
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    Ofcourse it could be cleaned bether -but I prefer left it nearly as found.
    There is no necessary to make it look bether-As it already is!
    From inside still have to clean off extra wax spots.

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    Very nice indeed!
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    Super find!!! Im not jealous at all
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    Yeah Inka.Thankyou..
    Got some present for you tooo
    Hope you plan to come back soon...don,t waste your time in Norway

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    Hehe,great I am hoping to make a trip before Christmas yes,,if it will be no digging because of weather there will be chance for a beer I hope
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    Super helmet.
    I wholeheartedly agree with you; cleaning and leave as is.

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    Thanks Scout

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    Great looking relic camo there, thanks for sharing the pics!

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    Quote by ostlanddigger View Post
    Thanks Scout
    Thank you for sharing. Simply a joy to see

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