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M35 camo or not

Article about: This is the first helmet I ever bought and was selling it at one time to fund another purchase but I sold another one instead. Question is it a camo and if so, for a lack of a better word wh

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    not similar?
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    Well the verdict is in no camo that does not bother me but what is the rough texture I have looked at it with a loupe it does not look like rust it appears to be concrete any ideas.
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    I do not know,but I think that if

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    Gunny you may be right, I do believe it is zimmerit. Marty

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    Ok here is another question that should be for another thread. What makes something a "camo" where is the line drawn? I am not asking for the sake of my helmet but WHAT make a helmet a camo? WHY was zimmerit added to this helmet if that is what is on the helmet?

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    camo-this is when the colors are spots.sory my english is bad
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    Ok here is another question that should be for another thread. What makes something a "camo" where is the line drawn? I am not asking for the sake of my helmet but WHAT make a helmet a camo? WHY was zimmerit added to this helmet if that is what is on the helmet?

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    Camouflage:concealment by some means that alters or obscures the appearance. That can mean paint, leaves,sawdust, etc. correct?

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    i have two,one from attic other dug out kurland

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    Camouflage:concealment by some means that alters or obscures the appearance. That can mean paint, leaves,sawdust, etc. correct?
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    I do not see zimmerit and do not believe it was ever used on helmets in the field despite some that believe it was. What makes a camo is any application to disguise or make the object more difficult to see. So really anything other than a factory or reissue paint is technically a camo. Without seeing the helmet in hand or far better photos it just looks like simple rust specs to me.

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    Is it rust or a rough fixture? Thanks,
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