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A McEwan

COMPLETED - Meade Super Plossls & SW 6x30 finder *SOLD*

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Selling some accessories. A couple of Meade DS 4000 Super Plossls, 9.7mm and 26mm. Both in bolt cases and in great condition.

£15 each or £25 for the pair.

Skywatcher 6x30 finderscope with caps and mount. Some scuff marks on the mount foot, as to be expected. Optics nice and clean.


Postage at cost.






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