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geiger counter

  1. F0031


    I realise this is a little off-topic (unless you include dealing with fallout from nuclear bombs) but I am hoping someone with Army connections might be able to help. I bought a 1960s geiger counter at Farnham on Sunday. It requires four batteries: Two standard 1.5 volt D cells - no problem...