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Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA
  • Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA
  • Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA
  • Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA
  • Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA
  • Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA
  • Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA

Helmet K6-3 with visor - REPLICA

15137
RedZone
High quality replica of modern Russian Special Forces helmet. Helmets K6-3 are in common use in FSB, Internal Forces and other Russian forces.
zł1,349.00
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Camouflage / colour
Olive

High quality replica of Russian Special Forces helmet. Helmets K6-3 are in common use in FSB, Internal Forces and other Russian forces.
The main part of helmet is made from 10mm fiberglass (titanium, kevlar, and aramid fibers in original). Visor is made from 3mm aluminium plate (titanium in original), viewfinder frame is made from aluminium moulding. Glass is made from polycarbonate, total size 4 mm. Internal part is made from fabrics consisted with the original. All metal external and internal elements was made from laser cutted steel. Replica is made on the basis of molds from original parts, metal elements are made and arranged fully according to original.

Note: all other items are just for illustration purpose and they are not included with the helmet!

Manufacturer: RedZone, Poland
Made from: fibreglass, nylon, leather, aluminium, polycarbonate, steel
Camouflage: olive
Weight: 2900 g

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