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Vietnam era camo m1 helmet?

Article about: I picked this helmet up today for the cool factor. The helmet has a light sand finish and so does the liner. The heat stamp is hard to make out but it is a ww2 issue helmet. The liner is sta

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    Mark & I have mutually apologized for last nights childish behavior & my apologies were forwarded to Marty for turning his thread into an ugly mess. It was unfair & selfish to do so.
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    So then, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath; for the wrath of man does not produce the righteousness of God.”
    James:19-20
    We are all stronger men today. Men I have been encouraged today for the humbling of our hearts and the uplighting of the members here. Most of us will never see in person the people here but we can grow together as friends.
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    I like it Marty is this the same Pot that was on J.MURRAY'S site.!

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    It was.
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    It was a spur of the moment purchase. The helmet wasn't very much in my Opinion and I liked it for the cool factor.
    Fortune favors the brave 644th td

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    Quote by tank destroyer View Post
    It was a spur of the moment purchase. The helmet wasn't very much in my Opinion and I liked it for the cool factor.
    In the end brother if you like it that is all that really matters.


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    my first thought on the camo pattern on this helmet ignoring the red. is desert or middle eastern. the chin strap looks relatively new to the helmet as the helmet shell has a lot wear to it.

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    Quote by geelong View Post
    my first thought on the camo pattern on this helmet ignoring the red. is desert or middle eastern. the chin strap looks relatively new to the helmet as the helmet shell has a lot wear to it.
    Great observation
    Regards
    René

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    The chinstrap is a replacement as is the liner.
    Marty
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