These constant flow oxygen regulators exhausted the supply of oxygen more quickly and ran the risk of leaving the airmen subject to anoxia and losing consciousness and were later replaced by a series of "demand" regulators, such as the A-13. The bottle is in in VERY GOOD used condition and apparently saw use during the War from the scuffing on it. Here's an opportunity for the advanced AAF collector to obtain a rare example of an essential piece of equipment used by airmen prior to and during WWII. Please scroll downward to see the last image!
I'm a militaria collector like you and I do this as a sideline to my own collecting. Nonetheless, I'll handle your order in a business-like and professional manner. Vendio Images: More than just a pretty image.250+ Mobile Responsive & Active Content Free Listing Templates with Vendio Sales Manager. Get business information that counts! - Vendio Counters are active content free. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Field Gear, Equipment". The seller is "stanwolcott" and is located in this country: US.
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