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My Bulgarian M36 :D

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    This is my Bulgarian M36 helmet...post war repaint? still has liner and a part of the decal...i only got it for 10 euros so condition isnt a big problem

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    nice addition ,for your interest its a type C

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    whatIS TYPE C?

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    M36 type C. There was type A and B.I have the type A made at 1936 with a post war paint,liner and chinstrap

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    hi greek military ,sorry ill explain the bulgarian model 1936 as you can tell was issued prior to ww2 there are three variants of this model A,B,and C , A is identifyed by four large rivits to attach the liner and a rolled edge model B usually has three rivits ,two at the front and one at the rear not unlike the german stahlhelms of the time this has a cut or raw edge rim ,type C of which you have has its liner held by 4 steel extensions which are rivited to the shell with four small rivits and so the liner is seperate from the shell ,interesting for you is its a style of liner similar to the greek m34/39 provided by italy ,i notice your example has remnants of the tricolour shield ,this decal was used during ww2 and also post war ,my ww2 issue bulgarian m36 is also a type C ,also there is another variant which has a short brim ,hope this helps james

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    I think that the liner is war time made

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    thank you very much!! upload pictures of your Bulgarian helmet too!

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    so this liner cant fit my M42 helmet right?

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    Nice!! is it a small sized one?

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