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WW2 us M1 Liner?

Article about: Nick, I cant really tell from the photos provided, but I can say that the liner sweatbands I have, have all got deaply seated crocodile clips that do not protrude as high above the leather a

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    I was so confused by all the replys, that i decided not to buy it.
    It was around 100$, if not mistaken.
    Cheers.
    Nuno

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    I was so confused by all the replys, that i decided not to buy it.
    It was around 100$, if not mistaken.
    Cheers.
    Nuno
    Nuno, I think it was the poor photographs and elderly collectors eyesight (in my case anyway!) that caused the confusion.
    There are plenty of those things out there, another one with better photos will be along soon.

    Best Regards,

    Andy
    Best Regards,


    Andy

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    I was so confused by all the replys, that i decided not to buy it.
    It was around 100$, if not mistaken.
    Cheers.
    Nuno
    not worth $100 IMO anyway not in the condition it was in save your money till something better comes along.

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    I think Nuno that was a wise decision $100 was to much for it anyway.
    The main things I look for with liners are.
    1/Colour of the suspension kaki
    2/A front eyelet
    3/Snap on rivets on the nape strap.
    4/If its been repainted.
    5/And most importantly as stated the makers mark.
    I think there was something like 36 000 000 made so with a bit of patience you will get a nice one. And please post it, i am sure someone can help if need be.
    All the best
    Rod

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    $100? That is nuts. A guy at the flea market got a W.W.2 helmet liner at the auction. He put the chinstrap and sweatband on e-bay. Starting bid was $45. He sold it. Rich A. in Pa.
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