Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason.
WW2 German M40 Large Size Helmet Here Is A Very Large Size M40 Helmet Made By Quist. Shell Size 68 Quist Made Very Good Quality Heavy Helmets So This One Is Very Heavy Indeed ! Original Liner Still Fitted In Poor Condition. The Shell Had A Period Repaint. Large Helmets Are Rare So Probably Re-Issued To A Larger Than Average Soldier. Price £550
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WWII collectable helmets from 1939 to 1945 exemplify the improvements made in modern military strategy and tactics. The M40 German helmet is an icon of streamlined design, with a solid angled neck guard and short, practical visor that makes the rain trickle down …
I have been collecting steel combat helmets off and on for over 40 years. It all started when I received a British MkII for my 8th Birthday. As well as collecting other forms of Militaria in the past, steel helmets have always been my passion, so eventually my other Militaria was gradually sold off to fund my helmet …
All military branches used the M1 WWII helmet. Navy M1 helmets worn by Navy personnel sometimes sported a "Battleship" gray because the men painted the helmets with shades of yellow, orange, white, blue, or gray to distinguish between branches and ranks.
The M-1 helmet was the standard issue combat headgear used by the United States military from 1941 until the late 1980's. We use original military issue steel shells and a mix of authentic and reproduction liners (depending on the model) to re-create the WWII versions of this classic helmet.
Dec 23, 2014· Post any type of steel helmet or kevlar helmets, helmet accessories and parts, liners, covers, etc.
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History. Helmets are among the oldest forms of personal protective equipment and are known to have been worn by the Akkadians/Sumerians in the 23rd century BC, Mycenaean Greeks since the 17th century BC, the Assyrians around 900 BC, ancient Greeks and Romans, throughout the Middle Ages, and up to the end of the 17th century by many combatants. Their materials and construction became more ...
The M1 helmet is a combat helmet that was used by the American military from World War II until it was succeeded by the PASGT helmet beginning in 1985. For over forty years, the M1 was standard issue for the U.S. military and naval forces, and has become an icon of the American military, with its design inspiring other militaries around the world.
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On occasion it will be updated with fine examples of helmets and militaria. *NEW HELMETS FOR SALE* WWII M42 ET66 German Luftwaffe Single Decal Helmet. WWII M35 Q64 German Waffen SS Double Decal Helmet. WW2 M35 ET62 German Luftwaffe Double Decal Helmet. WWII M42 EF66 German Waffen SS Single Decal Helmet. WWI M16 Bell L Size 64 German Camo Helmet
When you are happy with the Normandy pattern and finish, let the helmet dry completely (again, another 12-24 hours) before moving onto the next stage. Step 8. First, double check that the helmet is dry! Then, using the Clear Coat Varnish, evenly spray a layer all over the helmet.
Aug 07, 2010· In doing research on the 551st Parachute Infantry, their helmet nets were made on the troopship that took them from Panama back to the Us & Camp Mackall in late 1943 - attached is a picture of 551 Troopers conducting the first-ever static-line parachute jumps from the CG-4A Glider at Camp Mackall & you can clearly see the helmet nets
This is an excellent, original, WW2 German 'Luftshutze' Air Raid/ Civil Defence helmet. It is in great overall condition with no denting. The Helmet retains 95% of it's original grey paint and the front bears bold insignia with Eagle wings, laurel wreath and Swastika in …
Normandy 6 June-24 July 1944. A great invasion force stood off the Normandy coast of France as dawn broke on 6 June 1944: 9 battleships, 23 cruisers, 104 destroyers, and 71 large landing craft of various descriptions as well as troop transports, mine sweepers, and merchantmen-in all, nearly 5,000 ships of every type, the largest armada ever assembled.
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Collectors all over the world have a big interest in camouflaged helmets. When we look at period photos we see that the Germans used a lot of techniques to camouflage their helmets. The most common way was to paint their helmet in 2 or more colors. Sand or wood chips were often mixed in the…
3. Helmet Shells: Original Wartime issue shells, for your own restoration project. 4. Post War M40 Helmets: Original Postwar German Combat helmets produced in Germany in 1955 for export to Finland (M55 Helmet), repainted and fitted with new reproduction liners. We also have a selection of "one of a kind" refurbished original helmets here.