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    Re: Japanese Navy Type 2 bubble sextant
    From: UNK
    Date: 2009 Apr 19, 10:51 -0700

    Hy Raynald gary is right it is exactly a A6 copy the bubble atachment is a bit 
    deferent . Most of the time the bubble chamber is empty it is wy you dont 
    have any bubble. You have to refeeld  whit a sering whit XYLENE that you can 
    purchase in any drugstore. You also need a very small scroodriver.Of course 
    you have to remove the bubble chamber.To remove the chamber You have all the 
    instructions on a manual you can get from EBAY for few box,  it is for A6 A6A 
    A8 A8A bosch and lombs aircraft sextant.I am looking myself for a new bubble 
    chamber mine is broken or a complete japanase aircraft sextant. If ou have 
    any more questions about this sextant right back
    Jean Michel 
    
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