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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoculars > Classified #197457

For Sale: Big Barska Binocs, 15x70 *** Sold!! *** Thanks Alin!

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Continuing my late spring cleaning, I ran across these. Picked them up about a year ago, used them no more than 5 times. Optics have never been touched, they look perfect.

15x70, coatings on optics, but not sure about the specifics of those (Whether they're FMC or MC or what....).
right eye diopter focuser.
FOV 231 ft at 1000 yds.
smooth focuser.
carry case.
objective & eyepiece covers.
retractable rubber eye cups.
tripod adapter.
rubber armored.

The rubber flap over the right porro assembly is loose, but can be fixed with a little glue. This happened when I collimated them when I first received them. I also cut little triangular notches where the collimation screws are, in case they ever need to be adjusted again.

These binocs, the few times I used them, made Messier's summer clusters very nice. This is a great set of Binocs but I just don't use them, thus the low price. I've handheld them for short periods, but it's not easy to do for very long because of their magnification.

I can email higher resolution pictures, if you're interested.

Asking $75 plus actual shipping costs to you. Will accept PayPal, Money Order, or Cashier's Check.

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