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feldman
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Ushanka

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Where to get a decent post-war Ushanka for conversion job to ww2 type.. maybe some post-war Bulgarian Ushanka ?

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The only repro / post-war Ushanka they had was to small/ sold out.

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Might be simplest to order a repro from schuster.ru.
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You can try D.f. Smith Repros. He has Ushankas made and ready for sale. Thes are perfect for your Soviet or Ostfront German impression with the simple addition of German isignia.
He can be found on facebook. His Facebook page name is D.f. Smith Repros. Hope this helps.

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do a google search, there are many people advertising them, i got mine 5 years ago from the Russian federation, most people thought it was an original, only paid £10.00 for it
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getting some funny looks from people in my dog walking kit, war time Ushanka, m36 great coat and green wellys,
ok whats funny????
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