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    Re: Those spectacular pictures we took of our Russian watches

    Amphibian 1967

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    Re: Those spectacular pictures we took of our Russian watches

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    Re: Those spectacular pictures we took of our Russian watches

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    Amphibian 1967

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    You would think with a London address that those cases would be Eley not CCI or better yet for the picture Vostok brand

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    A great picture non the less
    RedFroggy and fargelios like this.

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    Re: Those spectacular pictures we took of our Russian watches

    I needed this today. Set the alarm for when the students leave early on FRIDAY!!

    And just because it's such a cool watch. Alarm and rotating bezel makes it verrrrrry useful. If I didn't;t have so many watches this could easily be a daily-wear watch.

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    And the collection, (Ok She's right- that's a lot of watches. *put eye-roll here*)
    -1971 Timex Marlin, green dial (reborn!), 1970's Timex Auto, 1974 Hamilton Accumatic ORANGE DIAL!
    -Dad's 1953 Bulova President, 1963 gold Accutron, and Grandpa's 1970 Caravelle machinist's watch
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    --E-One Bradley, --Evant Tropic Diver, bronze & green, --Urban Chronograph, —Seiko SNK's green & red,—Seiko Alpinist, —Bertucci A-2T (white), —Certina C-Sport Chrono, orange , —Timex 2002 Reefgear, —Omega Dynamic III (circa 2001), —Hamilton Pan Europe, blue, -- Monta Triumph, green dial.

    -1972 Hamilton Pan Europe, -1971 Accutron 219,—Seiko H557 square digital-analog (mine, new in 1984),
    -80's Seiko 6F22 Moonphase, - -70's Timex Electric, —Vostok Signal watch (w/ alarm), -80's Komandirskie (Type 33) -1990 Komandirskie (Type 34) (4 of same!), -Victorinox 1980, —HMT Janata, -1912 Concord Travel Clock/watch (w/engraved dial)


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    Re: Those spectacular pictures we took of our Russian watches

    You are 100% correct
    Sadly Vostok ammo is not readily available in the UK & CCI minimag is virtualy «de facto» our club ammo. Prone shooters seems to be the one shooting Eley.

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    You would think with a London address that those cases would be Eley not CCI or better yet for the picture Vostok brand

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    An other happy Vostok customer !

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    Re: Those spectacular pictures we took of our Russian watches

    Ok I dunno 'bout spectacular, but just a gorgeous golden dial on this one.

    I have the blue dial.. Knew about the white and black dial.. Just found out about a green dial variant..
    but NEVER SEARD of a GOLD DIAL variant
    Yummy color!

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    And the collection, (Ok She's right- that's a lot of watches. *put eye-roll here*)
    -1971 Timex Marlin, green dial (reborn!), 1970's Timex Auto, 1974 Hamilton Accumatic ORANGE DIAL!
    -Dad's 1953 Bulova President, 1963 gold Accutron, and Grandpa's 1970 Caravelle machinist's watch
    .

    --E-One Bradley, --Evant Tropic Diver, bronze & green, --Urban Chronograph, —Seiko SNK's green & red,—Seiko Alpinist, —Bertucci A-2T (white), —Certina C-Sport Chrono, orange , —Timex 2002 Reefgear, —Omega Dynamic III (circa 2001), —Hamilton Pan Europe, blue, -- Monta Triumph, green dial.

    -1972 Hamilton Pan Europe, -1971 Accutron 219,—Seiko H557 square digital-analog (mine, new in 1984),
    -80's Seiko 6F22 Moonphase, - -70's Timex Electric, —Vostok Signal watch (w/ alarm), -80's Komandirskie (Type 33) -1990 Komandirskie (Type 34) (4 of same!), -Victorinox 1980, —HMT Janata, -1912 Concord Travel Clock/watch (w/engraved dial)


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFroggy View Post
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    Bravo!!!!
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