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    Just bought this one from seller grizzly bear on ebay . Love it. Meant for a Mig 29 but unissued. So far flipping great timekeeping (2 days)! A couple of secs a 24 hr period.
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    Re: Russian MIG cockpit clock operation

    Yes, exact same experience that I had. Same seller, same model, same solid timekeeping. Really a nice find.
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    Re: Russian MIG cockpit clock operation

    really interesting.
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    Re: Russian MIG cockpit clock operation

    I have been collecting these clocks for about a decade or so. I think I have all the variants from the plain looking clock up to what some call the Doomsday Clock. I will have to dig around to see if I have a picture of all of them, but these two are my favorites. Thanks for posting up the features OP. I could have used this a long time ago. Now I am working on getting the pinouts for the doomsday clock (in English).

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