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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #194746

For Sale: 6" Konus & Burgess Crayford focuser ** Both Sold**

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Scope sold to Harry. Focuser sold to Ilya.

150mm f/8 Konus achromatic refractor with a Bill Burgess custom handcrafted focuser.

The 1200mm FL Konus has perfect optics without any defects. I have not touched or cleaned them. This scope has the collimatable objective lens. Orange OTA has normal wear and tear but has no dings. I will include the old Chinese focuser and pair of 6” mount rings with dovetail.

Bill Burgess 2" Crayford focuser is beautiful! Super smooth and able to easily handle camera loads. Vastly superior to the original Konus focuser. Has 500:1 fine focus knob and collimation screws on base plate. Some scratches on one brass knob under focuser only.

I will spilt this package but want to give priority to anyone who buys both items. Individually, I'll sell the Konus with the original focuser for $325 and split the shipping with you. I'll sell the Burgess focuser for $300 and pay the shipping.

I have the original Konus box and dust cover. I've also got the Burgess focuser operating instructions.

$595 for the entire package and we split the shipping cost. MO, cashiers check or PayPal (+3%). First to reply with “sold” gets them.



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