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ckl66 M42 Heer

Article about: Hi Fellas, I got this one in this week from relatively close to home, which does not happen very often. Nicely toned ET Heer decal, with a very dark paint finish, there is also a faint accep

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    Some more photos are always welcome. Personally i'd be interested in seeing the liner pins from the inside. Re-fitted pins should be pretty obvious that they've been reused so i'm always curious to see how good or bad re-fitted liner pins look.

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    That's a great one, well done mate. The liner matches really well, that wouldn't bother me really

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    Very nice m42, Brad. The paint is great looking as well as the decal. The skirt looks a bit longer than I normally see, unless its an optical illusion. I'm usually a fan of short skirts but I like this one!

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    Quote by Dean View Post
    Very nice m42, Brad. The paint is great looking as well as the decal. The skirt looks a bit longer than I normally see, unless its an optical illusion. I'm usually a fan of short skirts but I like this one!
    Hi Dean,

    I think you are right, a bit of an illusion as you say.
    From what I can gather, it might be from using the camera in macro mode when I probably shouldn't be I guess.

    Brad.

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    Some more photos are always welcome. Personally i'd be interested in seeing the liner pins from the inside. Re-fitted pins should be pretty obvious that they've been reused so i'm always curious to see how good or bad re-fitted liner pins look.
    Hi Glenn

    I will try and make some pics in the next few days or so.
    But they look pretty good, and to be honest, I wouldn't have picked it really.

    Brad.

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    Everything has already been said, so ....
    Congrats mate, that is really nice lid
    Cheers
    Nuno

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    A nice M42 SD helmet, Brad. And a "thank you" to whoever the seller was for being honest about the lid replacement. I also would like to see the split pins to see how they look after being bent again.

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    Quote by FALLSCHIRMJAGER View Post
    Hi Brad , that's a good looking M42 , the liner has been very well matched , I would not have guessed it was a replacement! Leon.
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    Nice pick up Brad, its always good to hear collectors getting stuff locallyit gives us hope

    regards Paul

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    Some more photos are always welcome. Personally i'd be interested in seeing the liner pins from the inside. Re-fitted pins should be pretty obvious that they've been reused so i'm always curious to see how good or bad re-fitted liner pins look.
    Hi Glenn, I know guys that can change a liner either by the 10 leather pins or the entire liner band and you would never know. Tight fitting doesn't mean original to the shell, and loose doesn't mean refitted.

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