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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #161596

For Sale: Lomo Astele 95mm Mak-Cass

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this is a Russian Mak-Cass with great optics and excellent contrast. A review of this scope is located on Cloudy Nights website.

included in the package are the following:
95mm F12.6 scope w/multicoated optics - meniscus has deep purple color coatings
25mm plossl in bolt style case
1.25" star diagonal
4" felt lined sliding dew shield (see picture)
Peep Sight (I removed - located in scope bag)
Sony camera bag ($50 value) for all equipment

the scope has superior performance compared to the Chinese Maks out there - I had an Orion Apex 102mm which I returned. There is an insignificant amount of dust particles on the menicus lens. The mechanics of the scope are solid! OTA is solid aluminum and comes with aluminum screw on cover. There is a mounting block on the bottom that accepts 1/4-20 bolt. This is a real nice airline portable scope. List price is $400 for the OTA. I offer this package for $325 plus shipping. If you want a 1x red dot finder, I will add that for an additional $15. I also have an aluminum adapter plate for mounting the scope on a cg-5 or other mount for $15. I can send more pics if interested. Thanks and Happy Holidays.......Neil
 

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