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cold war night vision goggles

Article about: i believe these are polish issue so ive mounted on my wz 50 for display purposes they seem to be dated 1971 but im not sure on that ,they might be first generation IR these seem more portabl

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    i believe these are polish issue so ive mounted on my wz 50 for display purposes they seem to be dated 1971 but im not sure on that ,they might be first generation IR these seem more portable than the tank helmet version and are powered by batteries worn in a pack on the wearers body ,inside the box is a bundle of accessories /spare lamps ,lenses etc ,i wonder if they still work ?Click image for larger version. 

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    Very very nice items there James and thanks for showing

    Matt

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    Sweeeeet James- I bet they will power up! just get a 12v 7Ah and you're up and running - just don't power them up in daylight!!!!! yours have a focus which is an advancement to my vehicle set, you'll hear a hum when running, don't fear it's just the EMF entering your eyes
    Last edited by reneblacky; 04-18-2015 at 07:47 AM. Reason: added text & pic

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    Just to add these are very fun to play with

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    cheers matty and Rene' i guess Rene' your tankie goggles would work via the tank projected IR ,thanks for the info regarding the battery type required ,your a goodun i have seen these running on youtube and they do make some scary whinning noise ,not nice to hear so close to the back of your head ,thanks for dropping by

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    Yep I have to point the paddle thingy with the globe, mines a pain in the arse to use! yours is portable and am jealous!

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    I'll whip out the paddle thingy - hang on

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    Here it is 71 dated and the battery type that works
    Last edited by reneblacky; 04-18-2015 at 09:26 AM. Reason: added text & pic

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    Would be great to get them running!
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    James don't go wandering around Rhyl at night wearing them, you might get arrested!....
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