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SCR-300 Radio for World War Two Reenactments

enter site A collaborative effort between historical reenactors of how to use the SCR-300 Radio for World War Two Reenactments.

http://thefoolishobsession.com/tag/hanson/ The SCR-300 Radio is a backpack (or manpacked) FM radio designed during WW2 as an inter-company or regiment radio. I purchased several in the late 1990s during the heyday of Cold War surplus sales.

SCR-300 Radio
SCR-300 Radio

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THE SCR-300 RADIOMAN

go NOTES from TM 11-242 on the SCR-300 Wired Loops and Battery Case Catches  

here The SCR-300 originally came with wired clips. This is according to TM 11-242, 1943. See below

SCR-300 / BC-1000 Original clips, TM 11-242, 1943.
SCR-300 / BC-1000 Original clips, TM 11-242, 1943.

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Work order for Spring Catches for SCR300/BC1000 World War II Radio

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Ovulation after clomid days 3-7 This was then replaced with a New Latch Directive in Jan 1945. The wired loops would fail to hold down the clip so a springed catch was added.

New latch directive, Jan 1945