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JonH

Bino-viewers and finders - ALL SOLD

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Hi All, 

I have for sale the following:

William Optics Binoviewer - £135. This is boxed and in excellent condition. SOLD.

Telrad Finder - £22. This is boxed and in excellent condition although being used, it will need new sticky pads on the bottom. SOLD

Baader Sky Surfer III - £15. This is also boxed and in excellent condition. SOLD.

All items can be cash on collection or posted if the buyer pays postage.

Also a heads up for future sales posts: most of the major items for a full PST mod, including PST, D-ERF filter, Coronado BF10, Vixen A80M, filter holder and finder. Also a MN190 + NEQ6. Pictures and prices to follow.

Cheers,

Jon

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