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Re: Current polar scopes makred past 2010?


May 11, 2010

 


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#45774 May 11, 2010

I have a polar scope with the last alignment marks (for N) are for 2010. Anyone bought a new one lately? If so, do the marking go past 2010.



Reason for asking: Preparing a G8 for sale and want to give the buyer an option of the old polar scope or taking a discount for purchase of a new one.



Thanks, Ed



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#45775 May 11, 2010

--- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com, "Ed Wiley" edwiley@...> wrote: >

> I have a polar scope with the last alignment marks (for N) are for 2010. Anyone bought a new one lately? If so, do the marking go past 2010.

>

> Reason for asking: Preparing a G8 for sale and want to give the buyer an option of the old polar scope or taking a discount for purchase of a new one.

>

> Thanks, Ed

>



Current scope goes from 2005 to 2030.



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#45776 May 11, 2010

--- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com, "Ed Wiley" edwiley@...> wrote: >

> I have a polar scope with the last alignment marks (for N) are for 2010. Anyone bought a new one lately? If so, do the marking go past 2010.

>

> Reason for asking: Preparing a G8 for sale and want to give the buyer an option of the old polar scope or taking a discount for purchase of a new one.

>

> Thanks, Ed

>



There's an updated reticle available that goes out to 2030. I think it's about $60.



Some have cautioned that they're easy to crack. I didn't have any issues with mine, but I was quite careful to use a delicate touch when aligning.



Good luck,

Bob



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#45786 May 12, 2010

Thanks to Curtis and Bob for answering my question.



Ed

--- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com, "Ed Wiley" edwiley@...> wrote:

>

> I have a polar scope with the last alignment marks (for N) are for 2010. Anyone bought a new one lately? If so, do the marking go past 2010.

>

> Reason for asking: Preparing a G8 for sale and want to give the buyer an option of the old polar scope or taking a discount for purchase of a new one.

>

> Thanks, Ed

>



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