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British "OPFOR" Opposing Forces Helmet

Article about: Just to post up this Soviet style cold war period OPFOR helmet used by the British army for military exercise training and made of plastic material with a basic hard hat style cradle

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    Just to post up this Soviet style cold war period OPFOR helmet used by the British army for military exercise training and made of plastic material with a basic hard hat style cradle British "OPFOR" Opposing Forces HelmetBritish "OPFOR" Opposing Forces HelmetBritish "OPFOR" Opposing Forces HelmetBritish "OPFOR" Opposing Forces HelmetBritish "OPFOR" Opposing Forces Helmet
    Regards James

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    Wonderfull!

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    I saw a turtle for sale recently with remains of a red star on the front, though rather stupidly did not buy it....
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    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Thanks Ethan and Jerry that is food for thought regarding other possible Opfor used helmets even including the venerable Turtle
    Regards James

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    Nice....I have a US one somewhere with side clips which slip over the edge of the M1 liner.....

    ‘Not seen a Brit one before.....

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    I know the Type you refer too Ade and quite rare to find i believe and if possible please could you post up here for comparison with this Brit version ,does yours have the high comb ?
    Regards James

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    ..probably not the version you're thinking of.....

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    Great score James what an addition to your Junk pile there! Happy Boxing Day Mate
    Regards
    René

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    James...mine is really flexible when the M1 liner’s not in place..yours looks more substantial. Was it local?

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    Cheers Rene' and all the best to you and yours
    Thanks for posting up your example Ade for comparison
    Regards James

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