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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #266610

For Sale: Orion Argonaut 150mm/Intes MK-67 Six Inch Mak-Cass - SALE PENDING

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Intes MK67 Maksutov-Cassegrain 150mm (6") aperture F12 1800mm fl with upgraded Starlight Instruments Feather Touch focuser. This focuser is much nicer than the stock crayford. OTA finish is mint. The only item that shows signs of wear is the mounting block(see photo). Search the internet for reviews.

I purchased this about 1 1/2 years ago here on Astromart, but I just don't use this enough because of all of the other scopes I own. I've only had it out 4 times.

- Primary mirror is pyrex aluminized and overcoated
- Meniscus lens is BK-7 glass MC on both sides w/CO of 50mm
- Tube length is 17" and weighs 9.6lbs
- 2" Starlight Instruments Feather Touch focuser
- 2 to 1 1/4 eyepiece/diagonal adapter with brass compression ring
- 7x35 Finderscope 8 degree FOV, bracket and caps
- Kendrick Flexible Dew Shield
- Metal dust cap
- Carrying handle
- Padded case

No tube rings or dovetail included, but mounting block is threaded for 1/4 and 3/8 tripod bolts.

Price: $800 + shipping CONUS only. Payment: PayPal(split 3% fee), MO and checks (from long term Astromarters). The price reflect the added cost of an upgraded focuser (+$300) I also have a glass solar filter (not shown) for an extra $30

Thanks for looking.
Dom

SALE PENDING to Don.
 

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