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Afrikakorpsrat64

Can you help me on this one. It may not be WW2, possibly Korea or Vietnam. Was a gift from a good friend. Any help on a date of Issue would be great. It still works(makes noise/emits sound when batteries are installed and cranked.

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Desert Rat

Hello Tony,

Val and Funks etc are the men that can help you.....I know nothing as usual!!!

Best to you....Ian

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Desert Rat
TA-312 Field Phone. The analog, 2-wire, battery operated TA-312/PT replaced and will interoperate with the World War II and Korean War EE-8 field phone. The rugged and reliable TA-312 was used from the 1950s through the 1980s before being superceded by the TA-838 analog field phone.
 
Type into Google Tony....you will find al the answers and a manual.
Best wishes...Ian

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Afrikakorpsrat64
20 hours ago, Desert Rat said:
TA-312 Field Phone. The analog, 2-wire, battery operated TA-312/PT replaced and will interoperate with the World War II and Korean War EE-8 field phone. The rugged and reliable TA-312 was used from the 1950s through the 1980s before being superceded by the TA-838 analog field phone.
 
Type into Google Tony....you will find al the answers and a manual.
Best wishes...Ian

Cheers Ian!! ( @Desert Rat)Thank you

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Desert Rat

There are images on Google Tony ....It seems of your exact radio, but you will have to check it over, yes but it's there.

Good Luck and Best to You...Ian

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val
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Nothing to add, @Desert Rat already nailed it :)

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Desert Rat

Hello Val,

Sorry I didn't see where you had replied....My mistake!

Best to you..Desert Rat

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