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COMPLETED - *SOLD* TS-Optics 8x50 RACI finder with bracket - £60

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This is the TSSU850WW from TS-Optics, bought for a project which never materialised, and so is now surplus to my requirements.


In great condition.  Nice clear image and with crosshairs.

Price: £60 inc. UK mainland postage.

Payment: bank transfer or PayPal (buyer pays fees)

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Just checking, does it come with the mount? Only asking 'cos it's not in the picture. Thanks...

Nevermind, I actually read the title of the Ad this time! :)


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47 minutes ago, Jasonb said:

Just checking, does it come with the mount? Only asking 'cos it's not in the picture. Thanks...

Nevermind, I actually read the title of the Ad this time! :)


Yes - it comes with the bracket, but not with the finder shoe / base.

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