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Author Topic: WW1 Helmet Adrian reproduction  (Read 6160 times)

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Offline deadjune

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WW1 Helmet Adrian reproduction
« on: August 27, 2008, 11:50:29 AM »
Hey, I have been struggling to get a big enough Adrian that would not look
ridiculous on my knob, and trust me I am only 58-59 cm.
All of them are so tiny, they seem made for kids...
I guess is the usual rickets and lack of protein situation of the old generations,
still...

Can anyone advise me about a vendor that provides repro shells in reasonable size????
 ???

Offline Rockman

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Re: WW1 Helmet Adrian reproduction
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2008, 12:52:02 AM »
If memory serves me rightly, I seem to remember seeing Adrian style helmets for sale from International Military Arms & Antiques ( IMAA).  They usually have the center spread ads in Shotgun News.  It's the only place that I remember seeing that style of helmet being offered.  A place to start looking, anyways.....
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Re: WW1 Helmet Adrian reproduction
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