SOVIET PNR-1AM NIGHT VISION BINOCULARS
A pair of Soviet KGB Spy PNR-1AM night vision binoculars, housed in a metal box with backpack straps.
Includes original instruction manual.
Illustrated is an image of the instructions book of how to wear this unit.
The outfit is in fantastic near mint condition.
Already in the early 50s, the Soviet army received the first serial unit PNR-1 (night work device), which was included in the standard equipment of the SA engineering units.
To prevent the sappers from breaking their face with equipment during work, the device included a special harness on the head with a soft mask made of leather with a filler.
Provenance: THE KGB ESPIONAGE MUSEUM COLLECTION, NEW YORK
|Condition||B/A: MINIMAL TRACES OF USE|