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St. Clair liner

Article about: Hi, I am looking to get early low pressure liners for my collection and found this one on ebay but had a concern. For some reason this looks different to me then others. Other then that, on

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    Hi, I am looking to get early low pressure liners for my collection and found this one on ebay but had a concern. For some reason this looks different to me then others. Other then that, on the sides, it looks like it was cut or something like that.
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    It isn't right. Looks like it has been trimmed on both sides and it doesn't have the letters SC stamped in white in the crown. Don't bid on it. A real piece of crap.

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    And I am pretty sure the outside looks more like a high pressure shell then a low pressure one because of the strips

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    a very messed with low pressure SC liner leave it & save ya money.

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    These liners sometimes were adapted for civilian use (hard hat) or were sold as toys.

    I reckon this one is a hard hat. Quite collectible in it's own right.

    Cheers,
    Emile

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    i will leaxe it as i am lookinf for a good, clean example

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    It doesn't look that bad to me. Just my humble opinion. I saw a st Clair in the M1 helmet book that also looked trimmed. Depends on the price for me.

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    You would be better to leave it there are plenty of clean St. Clair's out there better off to wait for a nicer one than to settle for less

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    I think it is $60 with no bidders

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    I may bid on it if it stays at $60. What do you have to lose. The steel pot is worth that amount by itself. It is a WWII FS SB pot I believe.

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