10th June 2015 at 12:55hello everybody, first of all i want to say, that my last english-lesson at school is 30 years ago, so i hope you understand what i mean. the following relics were found in a forest in germany/rheinland-pfalz. i sent the picture of the dial to a friendly person at smith&sons and he told me, the instrument was made in the 1936 and the scale only going to 250 lb/sq suggests a slower aircraft, almost certainly a bomber. this means the propability is an
Armstrong Whitworth Whitley
Handly Page Hampden
on one of the fotos you can see a fb-number which means, as i read in this forum "bristol"
Perhaps you can help me to find out, to wich aircraft the parts belong.
p.s.: i found some cardrige cases of .303 british