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tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Shawn, a possible explanation is that it's a wray-gun! If you had 2 or 3 of them you could stick them in the ground, turn them on, and angle worms would come to the surface... OK, so it's Saturday. Have a good weekend."
May 6
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Ah ... makes sense, I suppose :) Thanks again !"
Apr 24
Michael replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
"There are a number of these devices which have been made, in plain army green as well as camouflage, the models of these without marking or any indication of the manufacturer are usually military issue or made for the paranoid market who wish to use…"
Apr 24
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
"I was wondering that too, if it was military issued or something, but I would have thought the *opposite*, that it at least would say "US" something or other somewhere on it. But oh well ... thanks for all the help everyone !"
Apr 24
vicki hufstetler replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Very Cool that you knew what this thing was Michael!  Shawn, I'm pretty sure this is not homemade. It was probably "military issue" I've seen many things in army green that are unmarked. Either it was kept in a larger case…"
Apr 23
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Oooohhh .... yes. Looks like it doesn't  ? Awesome :) So the one I saw, does it look like a homemade type of thing ? I mean, not a single maker mark on it, or on any part of it anywhere. Why would that be ? And thanks for your help !"
Apr 23
Michael replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
"It looks like a vibration sensor to me, the ground spike to cylindrical sections, very similar in design to those I've seen elsewhere."
Apr 23
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What on earth is this device ... in the group Whadja Find Today
Apr 23
Shawn Wray added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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What on earth is this device ...

Saw this at an estate sale ... nobody knew what it was. It has absolutely no identifying marks anywhere on it, no maker marks, no numbers, nothing. What you do is remove two screws from the bottom of the case, and the top removes itself to reveal the cylinders inside.The original owner was involved in some sort of geological work, but also, some electrical engineering that was apparently secretive in nature (according to the estate sale company).Anyone who can identify this thing ? :)See More
Apr 23
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion Unidentified Vinyl or leather vintage doll ... help ! in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hey thanks again to everyone for their help !"
Apr 9
Betty Proper replied to Shawn Wray's discussion Unidentified Vinyl or leather vintage doll ... help ! in the group Whadja Find Today
"From your pics, this looks to be homemade.  Across the years thread has changed.  I am not a thread expert, but someone who is might be able to look at the type of thread used to guestimate age."
Apr 8
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion Unidentified Vinyl or leather vintage doll ... help ! in the group Whadja Find Today
"Yes it looks clean in that it's not dirty, but it also doesn't seem to show much signs of age compared to other examples of oil cloth. But it's okay ... thanks for everyone's help :)"
Apr 8
Betty Proper replied to Shawn Wray's discussion Unidentified Vinyl or leather vintage doll ... help ! in the group Whadja Find Today
"By writing that it looks "clean", do you mean that it is not dirty?  If so, that is a  matter of how well it was kept clean, not  a matter of what the material is.  Oil cloth can be kept clean; I remember when patterned…"
Apr 8
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion Unidentified Vinyl or leather vintage doll ... help ! in the group Whadja Find Today
Apr 8
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion Unidentified Vinyl or leather vintage doll ... help ! in the group Whadja Find Today
"Maybe ... I'm on a computer now, so here are the two pics I have (again, no face pic, sorry :( ) ..."
Apr 8
Shawn Wray replied to Shawn Wray's discussion Unidentified Vinyl or leather vintage doll ... help ! in the group Whadja Find Today
"Well just ignore it I guess, I can't upload an image from my phone ... I don't use an image hosting site either, so blahhhh ..."
Apr 7

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