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  1. Thanks for helping out on this one! Very much appreciated! Rob
  2. I see, I thought we were looking at two different boxes. I know Peter Cailler Kohler is a known maker so then perhaps it stands a chance. I don't have a Peter Cailler Kohler to compare it to but maybe someone else who does will chime in. Rob
  3. The Baldwin Quality Foods looks to be a repro & I do not believe they are a known manufacturer of D bars. The Peter Cailler Koher looks like it could be a good one. Rob
  4. Very nice lot, I think WWII P38's in the packets sell in the $10-$20 range. Rob
  5. I have been trying to ID what aircraft this ammunition counter was used in with no luck. I would like to properly ID which aircraft before I get around to selling it. Any help would be appreciated, thanks! Rob
  6. I just finished watching the series and I liked it. A few of the scenes I thought were over the top but overall it was very well done. I was impressed with the level of detail that went into this. They got a few things wrong here and there but you could tell they did their homework. Rob
  7. Dominos? I feel sorry for you guys who have to eat pizza outside of New York. Awesome holster and even more so with the original packaging, love it! Rob
  8. Thanks for the photo Mac! Do you think the sight in the period photo is the exact same model as the one I have? Mine does not have the sights mounted on top. I wonder if the sights were held on by clamps and are missing from mine. Rob
  9. Sure Mac, here are a few pics of the sight, MK 3-7 dated 1942. Rob
  10. I think I have the bombsight for the Dauntless as well.
  11. Thanks Mac, I just matched it up with some Dauntless cockpit images and you are correct! Rob
  12. I picked up these two instruments that I would like to properly ID before I eventually sell them. The first is a bomb release handle Mark 4 Model 3 and the second is a Army Air Forces ammunition counter for left & right guns. I searched around on the internet but have found next to nothing about them. What I would really like to know is what specific aircraft are these instruments associated with? I know the ammunition counter dates from WWII but I am not positive about the bomb release handle? Any help would be appreciated, thanks! Rob
  13. That's just the news I wanted to hear. Thanks guys, very much appreciated! Rob
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