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Rough guide to the US M-1, M-2 & M-1C shell

Article about: Good stuff Nick. No liner sorry. chris

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    Really great educational thread Nick.

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    Quote by cricketchris1944 View Post
    could be a SCHLUETER made shell missing its "S" stamp any possibility of a pic of the heat stamp ?

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    here the heat stamp.
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    i rest my case!!!!!

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    I hope this helps Nick.
    Chris

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    im going to agree with Dave on this one im going to say post war shell.

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    Quote by NickD View Post
    im going to agree with Dave on this one im going to say post war shell.
    Time for me to put the learning cap back on as I'm not seeing this as a post war, what am I missing guys?

    3 digit numaric heat stamps are only WWII period (regardless of mfr) I thought?

    NO stainless rims produced post war I thought?

    What am I missing? (have note pad and pen out ready to take notes again )

    Russ

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    ah my young M1 jedi student russ you have much to learn before you can tackle the dark side knowledge of the M1 jedi masters of this forum yours faithfully yoda!!!!!

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    Quote by moaning minnie View Post
    ah my young M1 jedi student russ you have much to learn before you can tackle the dark side knowledge of the M1 jedi masters of this forum yours faithfully yoda!!!!!
    Cute, but not very helpful ....... please enlighten me Master Yoda, what am I missing?

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    well OK here's my thoughts on it from the pictures it looks to be a low profile shell the paint underneath the dark OD colour looks to be that of 60's era helmets Ive also looked at some of my post war shell heat stamp numbers & found one with a low number it dose have the letters either side but a lot of my post war shell don't have the letters but are of a higher number (see pic's below) as for the stainless rim maybe being a low number it was amongst some that they were using up old stock parts on ????
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