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    #31
    Originally posted by hs132
    Yes, there are many referance wartime photos showing the use of the ZF4 scope on the MP44 with two types of mount. The MP44 was also fitted with the Zielgerat 1229 Vampir infrared night vision scope/sight. The MP44 pictured has a post war applied mount to accept the ZF4 scope and mount. The scope and mount was obtained from an ETO Vet. that fought in the Texas/Oklahoma, T/O("Tough Hombres") Div. Regards Bill
    Learn something new everyday. Thanks.

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      #32
      it's great.

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        #33
        Hi

        I just got the one in the middle up to day, it,s mounted on af turning stand, so it is easyer to show whats on the back.

        /Jacob
        Last edited by Jacob Andreasen; 10-02-2006, 09:50 AM.

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          #34
          The back
          Last edited by Jacob Andreasen; 07-25-2009, 03:43 PM.

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            #35
            Hello Jacob, a full dressed combat manikin on a rotating stand, doesnt get much better than that! I envy your space and multiple manikins. Bill
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              #36
              Tod,
              I had seen your website some months ago and was very impressed. Keep up the fantastic work!

              Beau Wright


              Originally posted by Tod Rathbone
              Rather than post a picture I will post my whole site:

              http://www.rathbonemuseum.com

              I try to photograph as many full size as I can.

              Tod

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                #37
                Hej Bill

                These stands are actually very easy and cheap to make. You make 2 identical circular pieces off wood, and between them you glue or screw a turn disc( the one ment for tv, and pc screens). I have added 4 whels to the stand, so i easily can move it around. Total cost around 15-20$ for each complete stand..


                Originally posted by hs132
                Hello Jacob, a full dressed combat manikin on a rotating stand, doesnt get much better than that! I envy your space and multiple manikins. Bill

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                  #38
                  My small contribution

                  My 2 Dak mannequins
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                    #39
                    Excellent attention to detail helmhunter i like the goggles
                    the guy on the left could use some colour in his cheeks though

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                      #40
                      GREAT DISPLAYS GUYS!!! KEEP THEM COMING I LOVE THEM!!

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                        #41
                        Hi Mat,
                        Thank you for your kind words, yes the left mannequin has to see the sun but it's the only 2 I have for the moment.
                        Phil

                        Originally posted by Mat Holloway
                        Excellent attention to detail helmhunter i like the goggles
                        the guy on the left could use some colour in his cheeks though

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                          #42
                          I must say that there are some really nice displays here! I would love to see more!!
                          Best regards:

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                            #43
                            What the...... Great show guys !!!

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                              #44
                              Thanks

                              Beau,

                              Just caught your comment. Thanks.

                              Here are a couple more images for the pile. The first is D.G Clift, his Royal Indian Air Force uniform from 1945. D.G. Clift was a Battle of Britain pilot.



                              This second is part of a new series I just posted of the combat observer uniform to Lt. D. Nicholson, 8th AF.

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                                #45
                                These are all 1st. class

                                Mine aint quite finished yet (he still needs spurs, a sword & a pair of hands), but here's a taster...
                                I will post him in all his glory when I get it sorted.
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