Discussion in 'Related Gear' started by Carl, Apr 29, 2018.
what a nice one
we now have twins !!!
One NOS bail out bottle would be a killer find...…..Two would be an amazing stroke of good fortune......….but the man has the original box that came with it!!
He's a time traveler and nobody's going to convince me differently!
You're having a good week Carl, big birthday, family treat you to a new ELC A-2 and you score another NOS O2 bottle
And the BR B10 ! Plus a load of other goodies stashed away over in the US waiting for shipping over !
I've done pretty well in the book department over the last few weeks and got some nice MASH A-10s and a beautiful AVI LTHR Bronco but I think you've got most of us beat Carl!
finally got the 2 at home together
Carl your collection is simply impressive!
Its starting to get to where i want it to be Thomas , i just want to be able to find the best possible examples that i can , obviously thats going to take some time ,but im in it for the long term , i think ???
thankyou for the kind words though
I just acquired one but not in the best of shape. I'll post once I receive it but in the meantime....
Nice pic Edward !
The last time that we saw these 2 bottles, only 1 of them had the original box to go with it...…..
What did you do Carl?...…..crank up the time machine and go back and get the other original box?
here is mine. sadly its missing the valve turn knob and the hose is petrified. otherwise the bottle is in good shape as is the carrying canvas.
hopefully I can find another bottle with the valve knob.
The photo is actually the second one shown next to its box Bruce
I wish i could just hop back a few years though !!
Nice early date on that bottle !!
Is there a makers mark on the regulator Edward ?
stamped on it is The Ohio Chem & MFG Co
and the regulator dial has the Ohio Chemical logo and also says: Clapp Instrument companyWebster Mass. No 25-B
just to add to the photo collection of the H-1 in use. (posed probably for Life or Yank)