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It's now 2020 - went up on January 1. Didn't you notice the noise ?

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This appears to be a tablet, not a telescope

Galileo Optics | 38 views | 0 helpful votes


You should know what you paid for it, whatever it is. If you are enquiring about its value, however - Fixya does not do appraisals or valuations

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The Optics | 33 views | 0 helpful votes


Sorry, no. But thanks for asking.

Optics | 25 views | 0 helpful votes


TRY THE MANUFACTURER WE DO NOT HAVE REPLACEMENTS FOR ANY THING

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Bottle-shaped cartridges and long barrels cry out for Cordite, shame it is no longer made but research the burn rate and try and match it with a powder...

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Probably, but this once relatively inexpensive process became expensive under the onslaught of masses of very good inexpensive imported binoculars and other optics resulted in many repairers dropping out of the market - 50 years ago camera shops abounded in every town and almost every **** store/pharmacy/chemist shop would handle repairs or even carry them out themselves; mostly these have disappeared.

I think the binoculars would need to be something quite special to make refurbishment an economic option. The usual reason why repair is needed is either dropping in water, dropping on a hard surface and disturbing the prisms or any zoom adjustment failing...
Below is a link to the search results...

https://www.google.com/search?q=Eagle+Optics+binoculars+repaired%2Frefurbished%3F&rlz=1C1CAFB_enGB673GB676&oq=Eagle+Optics+binoculars+repaired%2Frefurbished%3F&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Eagle Optics... | 24 views | 0 helpful votes


Ok, set your air rifle in a Vise.
Take a target, look down the barrel of the air rifle and move the target until it is centered on the hole in the barrel.
Adjust the sight until it is centered on the target.
After that the only thing that you need to do is adjust for the range (distance/elevation/vertical setting) of the target.

Regards
Geoff

Gamo Optics | 28 views | 0 helpful votes


I assume you have tried following the instructions in the manual ?

The Optics | 34 views | 0 helpful votes


Look on Google or YouTube. Some other nutcase is bound to have had the same idea.

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