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Mk43, new to me 80 year olds!


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I had a very rough pair of these some years back. I sold them straight away but they gave me enough to know I should grab the first decent pair I can. And I did.

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Luckily I had a case ready too.

 

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Most will know these and will recognise I've swapped the eyecups for something more glasses friendly. It works well and they are secure.

A quick comparison for size with a British 7x50 No.5 Mk5, and a relatively tiny 1960s Swarovski 8x30. 

 

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 I want to get them refurbished as well as serviced, and Cory Suddarth seems to be the man. 

 

Question, how do I avoid paying duty on something I already own on their return trip?

 

Is there a way?

 

Thanks all!

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  • 2 weeks later...

I did do that Peter. No response.

My other worry being how to get them there and back without paying import duty on something I already own.

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