42873Re: [PBY] Naval Channel Flare?
- Apr 24, 2014The ones in the photo somehow look larger than the one you have on your desk.
Not sure how they work, are the actually active pyro? I guess I'm just dense about that. I'm thinking a variation of a flare gun and firing something in the air. Even dropping one over water and what would happen other than a splash isn't obvious.
Education of a landlubber is required here.
On 4/24/2014 4:09 AM, pby55@... wrote:
Yes Jim it is wood with a metal tip. Any clues ? Thanks, RonSent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID
Jim Stephens <jws@...> wrote:
On 4/23/2014 7:42 PM, pby55@... wrote:It looks like it is wood with a metal tip? Or is it something else/Good evening mates! I was doing a little trading/ picking the other day and came across this piece. I was told it was a WW II Naval Channel Flare. Any comments? Please ? Thanks! Ron Moran P.S. It was found in Charleston Harbor (South Carolina)
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