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M40 Luftwaffe - What do you think?

Article about: If it looks to have been in that position a long time I'd leave it, that's how I deal with all my straps. Some are over the visor, some not, some open some not, but it's always how I get the

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    If it looks to have been in that position a long time I'd leave it, that's how I deal with all my straps. Some are over the visor, some not, some open some not, but it's always how I get them that they stay. If I tried moving a well established strap and it broke doing so, I'd be miserable for weeks about it lol....

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    Tightening it might break it I would just leave it like this so it does not put too much stress on the leather

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    Figured it was a bad idea. I just really like the look of having the buckle showing on the outside of the helmet. It's kind of right at the edge, perpendicular really, right now when it hangs.

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    Is there anything that can be done to preserve the condition of the liner outside of a temp / humidity controlled environment? It is quite fragile.

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    Quote by Historian76 View Post
    Is there anything that can be done to preserve the condition of the liner outside of a temp / humidity controlled environment? It is quite fragile.
    Nice helmet, but honestly - if you sit it on your shelf or in a cabinet I don't think you'll notice any real deterioration. Anything you attempt will just detract from the value. With German helmets it's always best to just leave it as it is.

    Cheers,
    Josh

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    Thank you sirs.

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    Quote by Historian76 View Post
    Is there anything that can be done to preserve the condition of the liner outside of a temp / humidity controlled environment? It is quite fragile.
    keeping it in a good environment is the best you can do and not fiddle with it too much.

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