Spanish M65 OTAN F1 - Military Police Model
Article about: by JBR Nice shell. The liner with mine is very fragile. It must be made of a plastic that degrades over time. It's possible some ex-US liners were used in M65s, I think. So you could put a w
Re: Spanish M65 OTAN F1 - Military Police Model
Hi JBR,many thanks for looking, and that's a great idea!
I have many US liners,so I may unite the the shell with one of these liners until I manage to pick up a Spanish one.
US liners were used in the Spanish Navy,so I don't feel too bad popping a post Vietnam US liner in!
Thanks again,kind regards.
trying to decide if a helmet a few of us ran into is one or not
Hi Jeepcreep, the helmets do not have a rim or any stamps , and even though I have not compared the Spanish shell next to a US version I suspect from memory they are pretty much the same, as I am aware a US Vietnam era liner fit's very snugly...hope this helps out.
i know all that, but the helmet in question is bare metal and no bales... it has some odd numbers carved into it (not a heat stamp) but others are arguing that its a prototype or unfinished American M-1 im set that it is a Spanish M65 with no bales or paint and it was explained that it is non-magnetic so i was curious if these one were as well