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Opinions on Q64 M40 Heer reissue

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    Please your opinions on this reissue.. what do you think of the liner?
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    Hi, the liner looks fine on this Quist M40 to me, I am not so sure that the Quist "big foot" decal was period applied though, the edges look a bit odd to me and it is defiantly applied over a very un-even surface towards the top section. It may just be my eyesight though!! Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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    I think that this is a typical reissue decal (no bigfoot) and the helmet is also a reissue.. this is the description An original WWII M40 single decal army helmet that retains itís original paint and finish. The helmet is size/maker stamped Q64 - the batch number is obscured and is not readable. The helmet is untouched and complete with itís original liner and a full-length 13 hole chin strap A nice example of an M40 SD Heer.
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    Hi, the liner looks fine on this Quist M40 to me, I am not so sure that the Quist "big foot" decal was period applied though, the edges look a bit odd to me and it is defiantly applied over a very un-even surface towards the top section. It may just be my eyesight though!! Leon.

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    Leon know his helmets. I like it. Marty
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    I agree with the guys, reissue decal over a repainted surface. Helmet looks good to me.

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    Quote by Nmilitaria View Post
    I think that this is a typical reissue decal (no bigfoot) and the helmet is also a reissue.. this is the description An original WWII M40 single decal army helmet that retains itís original paint and finish. The helmet is size/maker stamped Q64 - the batch number is obscured and is not readable. The helmet is untouched and complete with itís original liner and a full-length 13 hole chin strap A nice example of an M40 SD Heer.
    Ah, I see , a re-issue Q decal,with that scratch and my poor eyesight I could not quite make it out.Makes perfect sense now, a nice complete helmet. Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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    Thanks guys!

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