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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #197205

For Sale: AWESOME Legendary TAK FC-76 and G5 Mount with Drives

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I am selling my beloved Tak FC-76 on a G-5 mount. This is the legendary Apo that one astronomy reviewer said is; “a 3 inch scope that thinks it is 4 inch!” A great performer and awesome quick look scope just in time for MARS. I am interested in serious buyers who recognize the value of this setup. Here are the specs:

SCOPE:

Tak FC-76 Doublet Apo F/6
Tak Tube Ring
Tak Camera Rotator Adapter
Tak 6x30 Finder and Finder Bracket
Borg 1.25” Tak Diagonal Adapter
1.25” Televue Everbrite Diagonal

Scope is MINT at 9.5 out of 10. I have never touched the Optics. Second Owner. Kept Inside.

MOUNT:

Celestron G-5
Dual Axis Motor Drives
Hand Controller
Battery Pack
Accessory Tray
2 Counterweights
All Accessories

Here is the only fault. The Borg adapter is tight and I cannot get the Everbrite to come out as I don’t want to risk damaging. A pair of strap wrenches will easily separate but I am not going buy them and do it if I am buying. It does not effect the scope what so ever.

This scope and mount with accessories would be well over $2000 brand new! I am asking $1600 FIRM. I will keep this setup before I give it away. Prefer Paypal.

 

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