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Ingersoll m1 helmet

Article about: Well at least thats what i think it is,,,picked up with a westie liner and chin strap, the shell has zero paint a bit of sticky masking tape to remove then nothing but a damp cloth,,some str

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    Well at least thats what i think it is,,,picked up with a westie liner and chin strap, the shell has zero paint a bit of sticky masking tape to remove then nothing but a damp cloth,,some straps and a liner to pop in, the westie has gone into a front seam pot i have here,,, heat stamp number 1 0452, my first of this period.
    the strap is rather dry seems like it was with this liner for some time.
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    Blow me you got a olive drab painted steel chinstrap,what a steal steve,slightly salty but still very serviceable indeed,good buy overall bud,liner doesn't look too bad at all,well done either way.

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    Thanks Jake,,, i like it all, the shell liner and strap although not all together,, so what is so special about the strap buddie, like i say all intact but a little dry i dont want to have to force it onto anything ie an M1 lid rim.

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    Olive drab metal fittings on M1 liner chinstraps usually seen on early to mid war helmets .cheers Paul

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