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faulksy

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About faulksy

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    dob mob
  • Birthday 07/04/71

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    Male
  • Interests
    astronomy and anything mechanical
    my job maintenance engineering supervisor
  • Location
    wrexham north wales

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  1. nice one chris
  2. hi gerry. i used flock on my 14" also did my sct and my current 20" with the same stuff. FLO sell it https://www.firstlightoptics.com/misc/black-velour-telescope-flocking-material.html
  3. you know me so well
  4. sure he will be up for that stu.
  5. oh my god, imagine that
  6. you have no construction lines though
  7. can't remember were i seen that but as they say, every day is a school day. just had a like of your pie eating buddy, ian
  8. those trainers are ace, still have loads of time left in them. oh no the front just fell off
  9. and mirror case finished
  10. very interesting gerry, sounds like your skies were great again
  11. All makes sense now. Very very sad day in the astronomy community
  12. me
  13. just had a look on google £5500 for the sct, £2500 for the dob
  14. just the word DOB got my attention if your thinking 14" sct, like you say the cost as well, why not go for a 00 14" dobsonian with 1/10 mirror set this will be lighter and give you sharper views and probably be cheaper http://www.orionoptics.co.uk/VX/vx14.html
  15. You are indeed