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Article about: Dusted off a few helmets recently and thought i would start a thread showing a few of my Groupings and will add more as time goes on and seeing as my favorite collecting genre is the cold wa

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    Thanks Reibert the closest i have is the earlier Czech VZ-58 bayonet/fighting knife with leather scabbard to fit the VZ-58 assault rifleHelmets and Camo covers
    Regards James

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    I think you strapped the belt upside down around the doll's waist! ..

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    The best orientation was most probably horizontal Helmets and Camo covers
    Regards James

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    Probably Bundeswehr helmet covers(no any markings).

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    Non-holed ERDL, very similar to Taiwanese covers. The contract number is printed on the external side, but unfortunately, it is illegible.

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    Last edited by Estonian; 03-09-2024 at 11:37 AM.

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    Very nice covers Estonian ,the flecktarn US style cover with fingers is most probably tailored from a section of jacket/shirt material perhaps ,the snow cover is really nice also and showing period wear marks
    Regards James

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    Interesting variation in the rip stop material ,when i see the ERDL pattern i always think of seeing a scorpion in the pattern if that makes sense ,thanks for sharing another superb cover Estonian
    Regards James

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    Hello,

    The 5-color camouflage cover for the M1 helmet was not used by the Bundeswehr. M1 style helmets were no longer available from 1959 onwards.

    You can buy similar covers here, for example

    Helmbezug fur Stahlhelm M57 1.Modell Flecktarn | stephan-militaria

    I suspect that these covers may have been used in Belgium. In the 1990s, air force security personnel wore camouflage clothing in this camouflage. These may also include the Belgian M1 helmet, Mle. 1951, used. So if military, then Belgian. Otherwise a product for the civilian military market.

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    The white winter cover for the helmet is from the Bundeswehr. It was mainly worn by german paratroopers.

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    Nice stuff. Rich A, in Pa.
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    Knowledge is power, guard it well.

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