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M1 Liner ID

Article about: Hi all, I've just acquired a ww2 m1, front seam, fixed bails. There is NO makers mark on the liner that I can find, the only mark is a number 5 which is impressed into the liner, I was under

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    Hi all,
    I've just acquired a ww2 m1, front seam, fixed bails.
    There is NO makers mark on the liner that I can find, the only mark is a number 5 which is impressed into the liner, I was under the impression that all liners had a manufacturers stamp, am I right or wrong?
    Cheers.

    Kev.

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    Can you post pictures, most WWII liners have mfg stamps pressed in, but I belives some may have had theirs stamped on with ink and it could have worn off?

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    Pictures are a must friend,

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    I'm not sure what pictures you want as there is no makers mark to photograph, please advise.
    Kev.

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    All liners with just the exception of Stemaco products which was one of the two last makers of m1 liners with contracts issued in the early eighties that never used a mold tool mark every other m1 Helmet liner maker did so if yours hasn't then either its there and simply a case of not seeing it or its not of US origin.and yes pics are a must please.....
    With Regards Jake.

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    Hi,
    Please find attached, pictures as requested.
    Kev.
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    Dodgy Belgium ABL Liner copied from Korean Capac liner made between 1954-195?sorry.............
    With Regards Jake.

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    What does ABL stand for, please.
    I take it the shell is genuine US ww2.
    Kev.

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    Original ww2 front seam McCord shell and "Armee Belge Belgische Leger" translated mean Army Belgium Liner................
    With Regards Jake.

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