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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #687829

For Sale: Brandon 130

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Classic Brandon 130 for sale. One of only 100 built.

Brandon 130 mm f/8 APO tube assembly dating from 1990/91 with tube
cradle and attached dovetail (which will fit a Losmandy G11 mount).
Also included in the basic tube assembly package is the stock Brandon
tube bracket with finder bracket and a Vernonscope Brandon 10x40 mm
finder.

Additionally the 63 mm Baby Brandon f/5.6 super finder/short guidescope complete with matching tube bracket and
finder rings.

Also I have the 82.5 mm f/8.5 guide scope in a matching tube with a modified Unitron cell to accept an 82.5 mm f/8.5 objective in a shortened Unitron 3" tube. I think comparing the 130 mm cell to the 75 mm/82.5 mm objective cell on the guidescope will show how important it is to have a complete system that matches. Vernonscope Brandon tube brackets with matching Unitron rings.

In addition a converted brushed aluminum Cabella Safari 3 rifle case with custom fit foam padding. It was converted via removal of partitions to perfectly hold the tube assembly. The scope will not fit the case with either of the two guidescopes attached.

Serious offers take precedent over "I am thinking about it offers".

Thanks,
Ron
 

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