Original Steel Helmet SSH 40 WWII USSR Ukraine Military Soviet Army RKKA WW2 For Sale

Original Steel Helmet SSH 40 WWII USSR Ukraine Military Soviet Army RKKA WW2
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Original Steel Helmet SSH 40 WWII USSR Ukraine Military Soviet Army RKKA WW2:
$29.99

Original Soviet Military Soviet Army WWII SSh-40 type (Lysvensky Helmet )Steel Helmet

The helmet may have many scratches and rust !!!

The original Soviet helmet of the postwar period World War 2, without restoration.

There is a factory knocked out number 2 *****, original the lining, 2 size.

Stamp indicates that it wasmanufacturedat the factory in 1948-1960y

Size - 2,head covarage 560 - 590mm / 22-23.2 inches
Dimensions: 280/250/165 mm - 11/9.8/6.5 in
The weight is 1,30kg / 2,85 lb with a hemmed dermatin HAVE SUCH HELMET IN NEW CONDITION
LINK - (Lysvensky helmet) - a steel helmet of the 1940 model, a personal protective equipment for military personnel, was widely used in the Armed Forces of the USSR during the Great Patriotic War and in the post-war years, until more advanced models SSh-60 and SSh-68 were supplied .Worn with a comforter.
Over the course ofWorld War IItheSoviet Unionemployed three mainhelmetdesigns; theSSh-36, theSSh-39, and theSSh-40, each being designated with the year in which they were introduced. Standard practice was to stamp the size, location, and year of manufacturing on the interior of the helmet
The SSh-40 was the last and most commonly seen in-service helmet used by the Soviet Union during World War II. The only external difference between the SSh-39 and the SSh-40 were the six rivets near the bottom of the helmet, as opposed to the three near the top of the SSh-39 shell. Rivet placement of the SSh-40 was due to a newly introduced liner, simpler and more sturdy than the previous versions. The liner consisted of three (later four during post-war) cloth or oilcloth pads connected with a cotton drawstring for size adjustment. The chinstrap was cloth and connected to d-rings on each side of the shell by tabs. The chinstrap ends were connected with a slip buckle, and a semi-circular metal piece was clamped to the end of the long chinstrap. Unlike the SSh-36 and SSh-39, the SSh-40 was only manufactured in three sizes, 1–3. The SSh-40 was supplemented by theSSh-60and finally replaced by theSSh-68, though many remained in use throughout the Soviet period and beyond. The SSh-40 is commonly confused with theCzechoslovakian Vz. International delivery will be made by Registered Airmail with traking number.


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