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    One more! Joe A.
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    Dam this is like battle of the Hanharts and some great looking Hanharts are showing up in this post. I am glad I finely got one I learned that there are more different dials ,cases ,ones with bezels and ones with out bezels single pusher and double pusher from this thread and some models I never seen before

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    What's the normal power reserve I notice mine can run for about two days before I need to wind it. Notice that one day when it did not take much to wind it the next day so I let it go two days before I winded it again.

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    Case differences:


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    and a couple more ......


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    KM Pocket:


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    Hanhart with copy of Soldbuch reference, lower right page. Joe A.
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    The original documents in combination with the pointer is the best, what I have ever seen from Hanhart! I am very impressed. This is the Holy Grail for Hanhart Collectors.

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    What a fantastic thread!

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    I agree absolutely, Joe A.

    Here comes my first Hanhart, a 101... serial and I know the History and Owner of the Luftwaffe.


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    Today was an Article about Hanhart Luftwaffe Chronographs in watchtime.net issued:

    http://www.watchtime.net/nachrichten...-das-militaer/

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    Jaw drop Joe A. Nice KM. Haven't seen one of those in 5 years.

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    Guys, come on. Have you shot all your ammo? @Joe A nothing more?

    Go for the 25th anniversary of the "Mauer" Downfall with a Hanhart MdI from my collection.


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    Here is mine...


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    Okay Emil, you've thrown down the gauntlet! Here is what I wore today.
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    Hallo friends
    here I show the Hanharts of WWII from the Kriegsmarine (Navy) and Luftwaffe (Airforce) not mentioning the many stop watches.
    And the Hanhart pocket and wrist chronographs of the Bundeswehr (German Federal Forces)
    Greetings Konrad Knirim
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    . http://www.knirim.de








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    Nice pictures Conrad but...are they all yours

    Here's my latest, Cal 40 Pointer...with thanks to Frank Roesky for selling me a small seconds hand, the one on there originally was wrong.

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    These are beautiful. I have been a lurker for a while, but recently registered to be able to learn more about the military watches. Hanharts always seem to draw me in though.

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    Hanhart Kal. 40 with rotating bezel. This bezel came after the Kal. 40 Pointer, which papazulu shows above. Jimmy, your Pointer is great!!!


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