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johnwasser

My guess would be a calibration rig for some optical device.  Perhaps if the seller could tell you what the various labels say...
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Armoured Fighting Vehicle, Night Optics?

FV432 was classified as an AFV.
Dunno if it had NVG (in modern parlance) capabilities.
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bld

Pretty sure it is one of the tools used for making parts for a black hole generator.
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D3C3PT1C0N

I think it's a part of Arduino Time Machine!

Si

My guess is checking the size of artillery shells. Or an automatic apple peeler.
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dannable

Someone else has watched This Island Earth recently!
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jraskell


My guess is checking the size of artillery shells. Or an automatic apple peeler.


Potato peeler, not apple.  Military doesn't peel apples.

Jack Christensen

Gyro-controlled antigravic marzel-vane for a turboencabulator.

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Someone else has watched This Island Earth recently!

Haven't seen it in over 30 years.
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