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Is that a ww2 liner?

Article about: Some of the webbing maybe period but the liner is post war i have one too.

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    Default Is that a ww2 liner?

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    The shell of the liner looks like ww2 along with the chin strap but the webbing inside looks like repros

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    Looks to be Korean War era. What does the outside paint look like?

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    KW Capac 1951 contract produced liner made with the less common olive drab painted "A" steel washers.................
    With Regards Jake.

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    Totally agree with Jake, it's a from WW2 Westy mold which was retooled for use by Capac in 1951 ,Korean war issue.

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    Nicely put Gary,glad im not alone on molding tool heads and lend-lease 200 tonne presses etc..........
    With Regards Jake.

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    Quote by ruddersrangers44 View Post
    Nicely put Gary,glad im not alone on molding tool heads and lend-lease 200 tonne presses etc..........
    Your not alone with this fact Jake, I have quite a few KW 51/52 issue liners that were taken off the WW2 Westy molds,fascinating subject the molds of M1 liners

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    Quote by Opex View Post
    Your not alone with this fact Jake, I have quite a few KW 51/52 issue liners that were taken off the WW2 Westy molds,fascinating subject the molds of M1 liners
    It certainly is mate,just wish others would study then our jobs would be made a little easier............
    With Regards Jake.

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    Here's my 2 Korean Capac liners which are both featured here on seperate threads,one has green A washers the other black......
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    With Regards Jake.

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    Friend, iT IS DATED 1945 IN NAP STRAP

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