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A Very Important Rear Seam M1

Article about: Attachment 453645I received a parcel yesterday, from Canada. It is my latest addition. I opened it with my period er.. letter opener. It's a rear seam low dome, probably late fifties/early s

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    What a very nice gesture Andy from the guys.
    If i had knew I would have contributed mate.
    No one on here would be bored about your illness, i am glad you have had a little bit better news. I hope they have got you that helmet so you can soldier on mate.
    Another nice lid
    Look after yourself
    Rod

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    Sorry it was very thoughtless of me to ruin the thread by asking stupid data questions with regards to the lid itself,my apologies Andy under the present circumstances.....Jake.
    Last edited by ruddersrangers44; 01-20-2013 at 11:58 PM.

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    Quote by ruddersrangers44 View Post
    Hello Andy to further my observation into postwar M1 production Im curious to know whether there was anything stamped in front of the heat stamp?cheers Jake.
    Oddly not. And it came from Canada?

    Best Regards,

    Andy
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    some very generous and kind people here at WRF.....Jake.
    Last edited by ruddersrangers44; 01-20-2013 at 11:59 PM.

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    Quote by ruddersrangers44 View Post
    Do me a favour would you Andy and stick a magnet on the rim.......cheers Jake
    Non magnetic. What's the theory? Mine is it could be a Canadian made pot.

    Andy

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    Quote by Bill T View Post
    Awesome! Love to hear this kind of stuff. A beauty of an M1 as well. Hang in there Andy!
    Hear hear, it's wonderful to see such gestures of unselfishness. Brings to mind this old quote from John Wesley:

    Do all the good you can,
    By all the means you can,
    In all the ways you can,
    In all the places you can,
    At all the times you can,
    To all the people you can,
    As long as ever you can.


    Imagine what the world would be like if this guided everyone. One thing for sure, there would be no need for a War Relics Forum!

    Sincere best wishes to you Andy. We're all pulling for you here.

    Cheers,
    Tony
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    I wish you good health too.
    What a supurb gesture as well.
    Its the everyday things that mean the most sometimes...
    p.s. Everyone needs a K-bar letter opener.Dont they?!!

    (and well said Tony!)

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    Thanks so much to everybody for the wonderful comments, just backs up what I said really, this is a great forum to belong to!

    Andy

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    Good for you Andy and my very best wishes for your health and continuing improvement.

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    nice helmet ! take care of yourself mate !

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