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Hope this will help, Hill 84 hate to crash this thread, but I have a (told it was a M1) helmet liner that I know nothing about (might not even be wwii).It has stamping on the webbing that is smudged and mostly illegible. As the war progressed "Inland" stopped production of liners to focus on other areas of the war production effort.About 3 years ago I found a batch of 13 mint flex bail khaki chinstraps Schlueter shells, all still in their factory cardboard wrapper with their original cork-mixed paint in new condition on a scapyard in the US. If there is interest I will post some pics of one of them. Of course those would be the insignia for manufacturers of the the "High Pressure" liners. Yes, WW2 Liners can be approximately dated thanks to their raw components type like the washers.

About 3 years ago I found a batch of 13 mint flex bail khaki chinstraps Schlueter shells, all still in their factory cardboard wrapper with their original cork-mixed paint in new condition on a in the US.

Original Austrian M1 Helmet - Genuine Military Army Surplus Hat Cap Soldier Image. The stamp can be hard ww2 m1 helmet dating see but can identify maker and approximate year of manufacture.

The webbing is green, and the crown is only marked "US 43". In my collection I have a helmet of which the liner has a 5 only, no maker's mark. This helmet with liner can be seen on page 36 of my book (yep, is a Schlueter fixed bail shell with 11 row OD #7 straps).

Pete Not all liners seem to have gotten a maker's mark.

I'm sure a few guys on here can definitely go into more details about WWII liners.

When I look for post-war liners (I want the ones that most people toss away ), I look at maker marks, webbing style, front hole or no front hole, tag labels (Micarta style liners), etc.

Guys can you help identify and date one of my M1 steel helmet liners it has the CAPAC cross markings with 51 and 52 each side of the "arms" of the cross Under the CAPAC it has the number 29 above the CAPAC mark is the W and O of Westinghouse ???

and under this symbol is the number 53 so what does this all signify please guys Regards Lloyd Without a photo to see, this sounds like a Korean war era CAPAC (division of Westinghouse).

In my collection I have a helmet of which the liner has a 5 only, no maker's mark. This helmet with liner can be seen on page 36 of my book (yep, is a Schlueter fixed bail shell with 11 row OD #7 straps).

Like anything, I suppose once you've seen a few you just get a knack for them.

For me, I can tell a post-war liner just because I have a few reference books on them and actively seek them out.