The new Vietnam War US Army M1 steel helmets made in the 1960's, were manufactured from re-cycled automobiles (scrapped cars).
The one million run of US Army M1 steel helmets (known to most people as steel pots) on or about 1967 for the Vietnam War were made from re-cycled US automobiles (scrapped cars).
Helmets are mostly made from polystyrene
The company is Italian but the helmets are made all over the world.
Blacksmiths made the swords javelins armour and helmets. Siege towers and other siege equipment were made by the soldiers. The ballistas (crossbow-like catapults) were made by specialised craftsmen enlisted in the army.
Old Army helmets are a little tough to come by. Most of these types of helmets can be found in second hand or antique stores. You may also be able to purchase them on websites like eBay.
No there is not any helmets made out of reyceld gargabe!
Roman helmets were made of bronze or iron.
There are no helmets made specifically for Mining, but normal Helmets do exist in Minecraft.
Roman helmets were made from iron, at least for the ordinary soldier. Generals and other high ranking officers had the option of bronze helmets.
The demand for helmets made from declined with the advent of the industrial era
world war 1 helmets were made fom sheep skin and cows
Football and aviation (pilot) helmets were constructed of leather.
The Romans made helmets out of iron, bronze and brass.
There are steel helmets with fiberglass liners, and Kevlar ones. Steel helmets are made from sheet steel, fiberglass cloth and polyester resin. Kevlar helmets are made from Kevlar cloth and epoxy resin.
The armour, weapons, tools, and everything else used by the Spartan army was made by a slave class called helots.
They were made out of metal/bronze.
i think metal
That's actually a myth, Vikings never wore helmets.
made out of steel and with some pading