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Rusty Strings

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About Rusty Strings

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  1. Hi and welcome Another vote for the illustrated astro wonders guide
  2. Hi Amanda welcome back to the fold
  3. Hi and welcome. The 200p is a much more manageable beast if you have to move it to a viewing location. Sure you'll get brighter views with the 250p but you'll get even better with a 300p or a 400p. Once you go down the road of a spending a little more for a bigger scope you run the risk of ending up with a bulky ornament that rarely leaves the house. I bought a 200p in 2007 and have never regretted it whilst watching others heave their light buckets around.
  4. I agree, get a telrad and you'll wonder why you ever bothered with an optical finder
  5. Hi and welcome from me too
  6. Hi and welcome from me too
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