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    Artificial Horizon, K & E USN No. 6
    From: Bruce J. Pennino
    Date: 2012 Oct 25, 16:25 -0700


    A friend found in his barn a triangular hood AH that looks like the small ones sold today. He is OCS USNR officer from the 1950s. The basin is nominally
    3"x6 "x 1/2" deep. The basin has a corner spout for returning fluid back into a torpedo shaped jug. The jug is securely screwed to a fine wood box. The basin spout has a hole in the top with an internal thread which must match the very top of another piece which must have attached to the funnel. The AH has a funnel which screws onto the jug.

    I can't find any reference on this AH.I'm specifically looking for information on the small tip of the "torpedo" which is missing. This tip of the "torpedo" must have threads that go into the spout (I guess).

    I've found one piece of information that indicates these AHs were sold into 1960s. Anyone have any old K & E (maybe Gurley) catalogs? USN training manuals?
    Would like to see how it looks.

    We hope to use this AH; maybe have a new tip machined.

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