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Old July 14, 2014, 11:11 PM   #16
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Save up and buy a good pair of binoculars. The cheap ones are fine for a while but eventually something is going to happen to them. I have a pair of Bushnell Legend 10X42's that only work through the left side. I have a pair of Bausch and Lomb 8X42's that were dropped on our lawn and are junk. I have a pair of Nikon Travelite II's that are getting foggy but i have had them for 20+ years. I now use a pair of 10X50 Leica's for long range glassing. I have fallen with them and dropped them with no ill effect. I use a Swaro 1600 yd rangefinder with an 8X ocular, also excellent... The Leica's and the Swaro Range finder were expensive but always work.
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