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  • philredfern
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • May 2014
    • 30

    Yes it's the cannon fire button from a stomovic recovered from Kurst

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    • visotka1
      Rank 4 Registered User
      • Jan 2018
      • 81

      a copy of clay)))) This is offtopic, do not take it seriously)))
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      • ian_
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • May 2007
        • 1962

        That is a very good copy. I would love to have a real one though!

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        • Gin Ye Daur
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Feb 2011
          • 391

          Did you sculpt it from scratch or, did you make a mould from an original piece?

          Very impressive and as Ian said, love to have a real one!

          GYD

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          • Swifter
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Mar 2013
            • 288

            Interesting French grip on US Ebay. I don't know what it's out of but seller's guesses are way off....

            https://www.ebay.com/itm/ANTIQUE-WW-...IAAOSw5yhdepj5

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            • lugerfan
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Nov 2010
              • 23


              Hi all,

              A recent addition to my collection – thanks to a fellow forum member I’ve final managed to pick up something I’ve been looking to acquire since 1982 and watching the nightly news reports of the Sea Harriers over the Falkland Islands. Like many I think this was my generation’s “Battle of Britain” and a full size SHAR was never going to fit it the spare room…I still need to source a trim switch and rubber boots so if anyone has them laying around spare please drop me a line..


              I’ll start a new thread for this with a bunch of pictures of the grip partly disassembled so as not to fill up this one



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              • Swifter
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Mar 2013
                • 288

                Nice item lugerfan

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                • Swifter
                  Rank 5 Registered User
                  • Mar 2013
                  • 288

                  Hello all:

                  Below is the finished restoration of the CL-28 "Argus" wheel. Produced by Canadair waaaay before their Bombardier days, the Argus was a big, good looking, four-engined Maritime Patrol aircraft powered by Wright R-3350 duplex radials. As FlyBuy noted in an earlier post here, only 33 were made. So the cost per aircraft, including all DDT&E, must have been horrendous. It was a 1950s version of the not-too-far-down-the-road P-3 Orion, which the Canadians ultimately took on strength.


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                  • FLY.BUY
                    Clear-Water-Islands
                    • Jun 2004
                    • 1304

                    Fantastic restoration work there Nick, Well done!

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