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PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 6:08 pm 
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I'll take one please :lol:

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you'll need one when you get your reenactment uniform altogether :wink:

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That's why ;)
Hope the uniform are bigger than 175 cm :roll: :lol:

For display i only want authentic.

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if the uniforms aren't big enough try the ones made in the states, if they can fit them they'll fit you :wink:

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Naval Construction Battalion Helmet The helmet hat an insignia slot for the anchor (added). The painting signifies construction. Thus, naval construction.

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WWII Civil defense helmet made of fiber.

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WWII Japanese helmet probable "last ditch"
Look at the simple liner.

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wheres the photo of the last one from :?:

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Ebay.

Why :roll:

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Another fiber made helmet. This one has the IJA star but a civil type liner.

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Another civil defense helmet :lol:

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part of a collection of about 50 Japanese combat helmets retrived from the caves and tunnels on Iwo Jima. now i know you shouldn't usually believe the story that goes with an item but these are genuine Iwo Jima helmet shells and they are for sale if anyone is interested :D Available in both large and small, with or without repro liners. contact me for further details :D

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Ultra rare Naval para helmet.
This item was sold for $12,576.34 :shock:

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In that pic of the collection of helmets found on Iwa Jima, I noted you said comes in either small or large sizes. I was wondering if Japanese helmets came in sizes the way the Germans' did. What about repro helmets? I have one from Stewart's. It fits, but is small looking on me compared to an original Russian helmet I have. Do they make repros in various sizes also? If so, where can I find a larger size?
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Freebooter wrote:
In that pic of the collection of helmets found on Iwa Jima, I noted you said comes in either small or large sizes. I was wondering if Japanese helmets came in sizes the way the Germans' did. What about repro helmets? I have one from Stewart's. It fits, but is small looking on me compared to an original Russian helmet I have. Do they make repros in various sizes also? If so, where can I find a larger size?
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The Japanese just did the two sizes of helmet shells, large and small then you tried to make it comfortable with the adjustable liner in side.

The reprosonly really come from Stewerts. you could try searching ebay as there are a few sellers on there now from china doing helmets, they make have different sizes but they will probaly turn out to be the same size shell

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