US HS-18 Headset for M38 Tanker Helmet or early Flight Helmets

US HS-18 Headset for M38 Tanker Helmet or early Flight Helmets
A beautiful reproduction of the R-14 receivers and wiring loom with PL-54 plug. Receivers are NOT FUNCTIONAL.
 
Our PriceUS$ 45.00
Code102692000
Stock19
Weight0.1
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Army Ground Forces installed these in the M1938 helmet for tank crews, while the Army Air Force used them for A-8, A-9, B-5 and B-6 flight helmets.
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