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german m16 ww2?

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    hi guys i want to buy this because of the highly attractive price and its a bit unusual to see this highly overlooked design in militaria circuits, (i think its an attractive price atleast) he wants about 85 euros is that an ok price or am i being to fast in the "buy now" impulse regards DS Name:  m16 german.jpg
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    Hi, I'm not trying to be rude but that one tiny image gives us very little to go on, is there a liner in this helmet? Is there a chinstrap? and if so are they original? If all it's component parts are there and original it looks like a rough condition HEER re-issue helmet that is well worth 85 euro's, if the inners are missing then I would pass on it. Leon.
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    hmm ok i thought that it was a bit irritating that it wasnt more pics too but i was intrigued since i currently dont have any m16 reissues but i think it doesnt have straps of any kind i think its just the shell if i am to go on my instincts but im glad you gave straight answers, and no i dont think you are rude i appreciate when people dont sugarcoat stuff regards DS

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    I think that's an M1918, i can't see a rivet for the chinstrap!.....
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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    I think that's an M1918, i can't see a rivet for the chinstrap!.....
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    M18.
    chris

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