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OD MAN

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  1. Awesome work! I remember being interested in the military from as far back as I can remember. Cool idea and pictures. Justin
  2. If only I saw this thread earlier. :pinch: Justin
  3. http://www.ebay.com/itm/WW2-USN-D-day-Fixe...=item2a1594c435 http://www.ebay.com/itm/WW2-101st-Airborne...=item2a15b7b491 An Easy Green prodigy! :pinch: Justin
  4. You did damn good for $10. Put it on a helmet, it looks lonely. :crying: Justin
  5. Button holes in flaps= WWII Sept. 1942 pattern. :thumbsup: Justin
  6. Nice cards BTW. They are great for a personal kit display. Justin
  7. The unmarked pouch is almost definitely a Soviet lend-lease pouch. If you do a search you should get several results. Justin
  8. You may be right, I found this link: http://www.pixstel.com/argentinian-m1-helm...t16080.php?id=0
  9. WWII helmets were used much after the war even until modern day. I believe someone posted a recent photo of an M1 still being worn in the Middle East. As for the serial number, I am not sure. I just know that enlisted men during WWII had a standard 8 digit number. Justin
  10. I am thinking 60's or 70's foreign used helmet. Justin
  11. Europeans always have the best displays. I don't know what it is, but you guys are dang good at what you do! Justin
  12. I do not want to ruin your day, but I REALLY am not getting a US vibe on this cover. The material, construction, color, and everything scream foreign to me. M1s were used by tons of different countries after the war. The serial number is also 9 digits and has a later in front of it...not something you would see for US WWII. Justin
  13. Justin agrees with Justin. :thumbsup:
  14. Hey nice fixed bail you got there! Has it been repainted for Vietnam? Justin
  15. I am sorry that I cannot give you any more information, but I just want to say that uniform is incredibly cool. I have never seen one before. Yours looks to be in excellent condition, and I imagine it to be a very rare uniform. Justin
  16. I would bet a lot of the bidders for these helmets are looking to resell them as original to some unsuspecting collector. Why do you think these fakes gets passed around so often? :pinch: Justin
  17. It is a woman's M-1943 field jacket. Judging by the khaki colored lining it would be 1943-early 1944 pattern. Is there a tag in any of the pockets? Justin
  18. Now you have to find the compass for it. Justin
  19. I think everything looks fine. I am not knowledgeable on the shovel cover though. The canteen cover is killer! Justin
  20. It is the M-1950 lensatic compass pouch. Justin
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