OA cm, Brl 62cm. Both were produced from April to November Below: The shape of these fixtures is one of the most recognizable distinguishing factors between shells produced at different times. The rim edge of the shell has a crimped metal band running around it, which provides a clean edge. Mid war helmets were fitted with blackend steel buckle with simplified design. Fine Condition with most original finish. These will be sold for collection only. They are in Superb Condition with most original blue finish. It should be noted that no distinction in nomenclature existed between wartime front seams and post war shells in the United States Army supply system, hence World War II shells remained in use until the M1 was retired from service. Try looking at the pics underneath and guess what it is: Double and single action. These straps featured a two-piece web chin cup and were fastened by a metal snap rather than buckle.
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