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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2011 19:59 pm 
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1st Div, swivel bale. Variant of the marking. (see earlier postings).

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1st Inf. Div. Big Red One.

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Thanks Wayne
The first one is used by me in the re-issue of the DVD "the Americans on D-Day" as well as in "the Americans in the Bulge".

There is still a salt line on the helmets side from when I played dead in the sea for thr D-Day one.

http://www.livingbattlefield.org/battlefield-tours-on-dvd.html

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WAYNE15071965 wrote:
Enigma wrote:
1st Div, swivel bale. Variant of the marking. (see earlier postings).

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like this one



How much for one of these, shell only


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pretty cool resto / repops you do

congrats for your skills!

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Restored infantry liner, probably postwar shell.

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That is very nice indeed.

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I've been busy removing layers of paint from US liners, some of them WW2.
Also repairing splits, frayed edges and filling unneccecary holes.
A lot of work but here a few of them.

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Of these US made liners 4 are WW2. A few allready had the holes drilled for the female snaps, I prefer not to drill holes in a WW2 liner, feels like I am wrecking them.

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101st Airborne, MP, post war shell, swivel bale.
Just finished painting, aging will be done later.

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Now with aging;

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327 GIR, 2nd Bat.
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Hawley (type 2), jumpliner made from a Belgian liner;

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Hawley liner, type 3.
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Hawley in WW2 Fixed bale;
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Hawley in WW2 front seam, swivel bale
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Hawley paraliner, made from a 50's shell. Type 2

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AAF, T/Sgt.

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