Military Surplus Red Army M52 Helmet Reproduction - World War II Style - Steel Pot; Red Star; Leather Suspension, Chin Strap - Military History Collections Display Tactical Costume - USED


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  • World War II style military surplus - mimics the classic "steel pot" style helmet issued to Soviet Red Army troops
  • Light scratches and other minor cosmetic blemishes; used but in excellent condition
  • Iconic Red Army star added to helmet front - all-original paint and leather liner
  • Provides ample head protection - great for demolition, tactical operations, other hazardous tasks; prevents skull fractures, other head injuries (Note advanced age and use at your own risk)
  • Also great for military collections, display, costumes (plays, musicals, dramas, screenplays, film, Halloween, parties, more)
  • One size fits most adults - adjustable leather suspension and chin strap enhance comfort, improve fit; outer dimensions: 10" ear to ear, 11 1/2" front to back, 31 " circumference

This classic "steel pot" is the genuine article - an authentic military reproduction helmet, donned by an Army soldier. Our supply of helmets is in superb condition, with just some minor scratches and other cosmetic blemishes. The iconic Red Army star has been added to mimic the memorable M52 worn by the Russian army. The M52 was a veritable solid steel tank among headgear. Even today, this helmet is capable of providing ample head protection - perfect for tactical operations, demolition and countless other "hardhat-necessary" tasks (note advanced age and use at your own risk). Despite its tough build, this helmet is surprisingly comfortable, with its adjustable leather inner suspension and adjustable leather chin strap. Of course it's also great for costumes, collecting and display. And unless you own a time machine, this may be one of your last opportunities to nab one of these rare relics. Get yours while you still can!

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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nate hoyal
Apr 26, 2019
(3 out of 5)
its okay...

the helmet itself is pretty big, but the liner inside was fitted for someone with a REALLY small head. I bought this wanting to use it for airsoft, but it didn't even come close to fitting. it looks pretty good on my shelf, but other than that i don't have a reason for it


May 21, 2018
(5 out of 5)
Nice Addition to Collection

This Russian helmet will make a great addition to my collection. It is in excellent shape. The paint is complete with the usual storage small scrapes from years of storage. The liner and chin strap are mint condition. Yes, the red star is a decal and not paint. Oh well, other wise this is a great addition. Will display well. I did not intend to wear it so the size is of no consequence to me.


Amy Liedel
Apr 28, 2018
(5 out of 5)
The Star Isn't Painted On

You can tell by the picture that the star is actually a sticker put on at some point. It is even more obvious when you actually get it. This helmet is really small so be careful if you have even a slightly larger than average head. The quality is good and it is almost from WWII so it has that going for it as well. I really just wish it was available in more than one size.


Jan 30, 2018
(5 out of 5)
Perfect piece for my collection, and few scratches.

I ordered this helmet about a week ago and I got it yesterday. It came in a box with a ton of paper to protect it. the helmet came with a few scratches, but the star was perfect and had no paint missing on it. I think the suspension system is good, and the steal is thick, but not that heavy. The strap feels good on my neck/chin, but it is a little hard to do up nicely. Mine is a size 2, and is dated 1954. The steel is a few Millimeters thick, so it would probably stop a 9mm or a .45 (even though these helmets were not meant for bullet, just shrapnel. (dont shoot yourself with a gun, even though it might stop the bullet.).


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