Link Bubble Sextant Model A-12

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Published: Link Aviation Devices, Inc., Binghamton, New York, November 1, 1942

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Added: January 23, 2008

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This handbook describes the use and operation of the Model A-12 Link Bubble Sextant (Octant). It includes several pictures and diagrams and an exploded-view parts diagram.

56 pages; PDF (.pdf)
Original item: Booklet; 5.5 x 8.5 inches
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[1] Bill Edwards (28-Oct-2008 03:31 PM)

Very helpful little booklet and containing part numbers also. Essential for an A-12 owner.

[2] Bender (20-Feb-2010 10:45 AM)

I ditto the first comment. Thank you to all the people who made this website possible. Thank You!

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