If you check out world-war-helmets.com, and check out the US section, I believe they show the various nets in use,which might give you some ideas,but I normally, just sandwich the net,between the shell and liner,you might have to cut your net down a bit,as there aint much room ,between the liner and the shell,to squeeze the net in
haha nice mate, its hard for me to get some helmets in australia, cause the chances are the guys in the army through their helmets out or used them as buckets to pee in. but i'm soon gonig overseas to see some relatives to um.......... where they live and um get heap load of m1 helmets, US equipment, and even Japanese stuff, all from ww2 and vietnam era. and no, i'm not from japan haha
hey guys, i think this helmet liner is a paratrooper liner. i've recently seen a vietnam war paratrooper helmet, and the liner is near the same as the guy's one, it has the same interior colour, and even has the same writing on the webbing, i manage to read what it said on mine and it is "Liner Soldiers Steel Helmet, combat type 1" but i cannot translate the smaller numbers and letters, as seen on the pictures.