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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #277174

For Sale: 12" Custom Dob by Teeter w/ Mark Harry Mirror

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This is the 12" Cherry Scope built by Teeter's Telescopes. It was on display at NEAF. I picked this scope up at the MDSP, and only used it a few times. Mark Harry ground the mirror it is superb .97 strehl, Wavefront P to V 1/11.68, RMS 1/33.86. The certification is included. The mirror has a focal length of 64.8" Includes Astrosystems spider with secondary dew heater. Antares 1/20 wave 2.14" secondary. Featertouch focuser with 1.25" Featertouch adapter. Dar Mirror cell. Dual boundary layer fans. Includes 7ah battery and charger. Losmandy 6pt quick release 50mm finder bracket. Celestron 50mm finder. Also includes wheelbarrow handles with pneumatic tires.

The scope is beautiful, and I will regret selling it. It gets great comments from those who have seen it, and looked through it. I have way too many scopes.

I would prefer a local sale. I am in Southeastern North Carolina. I will ship at the buyers expense. The cost of packing and shipping will likely be $200 or more.

I will post pictures tomorrow evening late. You can search the ad arcives, as Teeter listed an ad for this scope with pictures.

Email me with any questions.
Thanks,
Richard Beasley
 

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