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    dufleuve

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  2. Richard Auld

    Richard Auld

    Sergeant


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    Mike H

    Corporal


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  4. Funksammler

    Funksammler

    Warrant Officer 3rd Class


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    Guys, As stated above. Rich
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    Guys, Just rediscovered my favourite Wehrpass and photo album. Must have been a hard nut but he was killed 1942. Notice his Rautarn helmet! Rich
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    Sometimes you just have to! At least that way you know you won't be disappointed!
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    What a nice set ! Usually / sometimes the Spaten or boot missing, 3/235 Treffurt a. Werra, 'Ludwig der Springer', some poor SOB probably lugged it home from here..
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    Happy New Year Folks !! Latest addition to the Flak connectors: the 24HS renkstecker bakelite model. It is a dug out according to seller, but quite well preserved. The cover was still locked on it, so the connecting pins were protected from rust. In last picture, you can see the size difference with the 46HS model. Some more dismantling and cleaning needed. Will proceed in the coming days.
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    New Torn.Fu.d2 picture gallery on FunksammlerMilitaria.com. The gallery shows some of the best pictures available of original and complete equipment in intricate detail: https://www.funksammlermilitaria.com/en-GB/torn-fu-d2-wehrmacht-radio-gallery/gl_10006 enjoy, Funksammler
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    Guys, Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year to you and your families. Rich
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    Hello it’s a multimeter part of TK 9 used in luftwaffe trucks pierre
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    Hello, Added this testing device to my collection.Obviously a Luftwaffe equipment. Works with a 4,5 volt flat battery. Buzzer works when testing cables. I have to crimp again the bottom plaque assembly, otherwise in good state. Cheers
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    Testing the Feuerglocke. The firing bell was located on the Flak gun. It was used to give the go fire or other instructions. It could be activated from the Kommandogerät, from the Verteilerkasten or from the Fernsprechgerät fur Kommandozwecke. I used obviously the Verteilerkasten 12V sammler connection to provide the needed DC voltage for the bell. Ubertragungsleitung 37b is connecting Geschütz IV to the Flak gun Anschlusskaten. The firing bell circuit uses both pins 23 (ground) and 5 (12v neg). The connector next to the 12v sammler is used to close the circuit and activate the bell. I unfortunately cannot let you enjoy the sweet sound of the little bell 😀
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    Broadsword calling Danny Boy.... The grouse is on the moor... Remember me? Sorry I've not been about for while, lots going on with work, family and other hobbies. I'm back now and updating a few things on the website. I've been wondering whether the forum really is working as it seems that more people want to use the Facebook group. Such is life, that seems to be the way these days. I've sort of left it on it's own for a while to see what happened, and basically not much happens. Don't worry, the forum is here to stay, but I'll have to have a think about how it pays for itself, unlike FB, the web forum costs money to run. The NAAFI seems to work, and the adverts get auto posted onto the FB groups, which is neat. I may add a regular quiz to here, but wonder if it's to no avail. Thoughts guys? Cheers, Lenny
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    Any interest on these? 50 badges, a couple of collars but mostly caps. Some repros mixed in. I dont collect British badges. Take the lot for $350 Open to trades?
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    24 HS renkstecker for the betriebschaltkasten connected to cable. I will do the Kdo40 side tomorrow. I used the newly acquired 1942 kabeltrommel to store the 50m cable. Looks nice, even if it is designed for standard power cables. Will do until I get the correct Leistungtrommel. Cheers PS: seems activity moved from WAF to MCN to FB ....
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    The Übertragungsanschluss kasten on a museum Flak88and mine. ✌️
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    @Richard Auld nice to find stuff like that on a walk! I am trying to restore this M24, if you should find a serviceable end piece with the threads for cap, I would be interested, also looking for the head. Thanks
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    Hello, Looks like I am wrong as it could well be be a prototype of an early WW1 British face protection for machine gunner crews or artillery crews....Great buy if it is?....Well Done Best to you...Desert Rat
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