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Help! M1 liner.

Article about: Hi, Is the sweatband correct for this ww2 liner? R Morten

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    Hi,
    Is the sweatband correct for this ww2 liner?




    R
    Morten

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    yes it looks correct from that picture.

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    Thank you again Niick.

    R
    Morten

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    you're welcome

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    Is it possible this liner is a european clone? Or do you think it is a ww2 production?

    This is the only pic`s a got.

    Thanks
    Morten

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    With just those 2 pics it looks WWII correct to me. It would be nice to see the mark in dome on the liner. jmo

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    Appears to be a 100% WWII U.S. liner - and a very clean example.............!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    looks OK for being a US WW2 liner there should be a makers stamp on the inside top of the dome.

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    Thanks guys,
    I know that Nick, but i haven't bought it yet.

    R
    Morten

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