I like it.
Me too. Nice wear to the rough paint. A bit beat up and salty but in a good way.
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Hi, I see no real issues other than the poor liner condition. That said, better the original liner than a replacement "upgrade", original or not. As for price, it's worth what you are happy to pay, decent cammo's are hard to find so they hold a certain premium. For me, this one in "good "ol" blighty", it would be not much more than Ģ600. Leon.
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thanks for everyones support. You make me feel better
Nice honest example of a "been there, done that" Helmet. I would expect to see a price between $600-$900 US if at a show or on a dealers site.
thanks martin for your thoughts
I got it for 560. I just sold a Japanese sword for 465. SO it evens the cost. Not a bad deal huh? Its a real combat looking helmet. I don't know how to fix the liner though
what kind of camo is this
You did well. I have a soft spot for salty combat helmets.
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