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Offline Marlin

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Offline fiveeleven

Great job digging up this obscure and way cool device. I'm surprised it managed to stay out of House Tech. training (midwest version anyway), random RP discussions, etc. over the years. Under proper conditions and applications, the Admiral may have been able to use this to screen future ELTs. May your sleep patterns remain circadian.

Offline GLW

Great job digging up this obscure and way cool device. I'm surprised it managed to stay out of House Tech. training (midwest version anyway), random RP discussions, etc. over the years. Under proper conditions and applications, the Admiral may have been able to use this to screen future ELTs. May your sleep patterns remain circadian.


nah, the old hands had this in the memory banks 16 1/2 years ago:

TOYS, we're talking TOYs here...beer doesn't count as a techitoy unless yinz got sum IC131  8)
 
back to the thread.... anybuddy got an old gilbert atomic lab?

been there, dun that,... the doormat to hell does not read "welcome", the doormat to hell reads "it's just business"

 


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