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How German helmets were made

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    Chek out this cool video !!!!


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    maybe one of these helmets are the one's you have in your collection now!!

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    Very interesting clip . Not many safety precautions , those presses would do a job on your finger ! LOL

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    hehe yes!! :P but they were used to it and i assume they would be carefull also in a war-time period there's no time for safety :P they just wanted to job to get done fast

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    that was really neat

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    hehe yes they did a very good job! they managed to put so much details only by hand!! and hammer ofc xD

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    Interesting Video...I can see the Germans decided to stop halfway through the finishing process and create Luftshutz helmets. The spray paint and Decal application should be enough to drive Doug crazy
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    Yes this video is very interesting and shows how they made the curves and how they applied decals...also at the end is a propaganda clip that shows that the helmet can stop a bullet :-D

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    Very interesting. But I'm more impressed in how you figured out how to attach a video clip into a post!

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    I've seen this a few times, cool vid. I'm always a bit suspicious of the test at the end though, surely a high velocity rifle round would go straight through at that range and angle.

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