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MK IV 7X Binocs

Article about: The case for these binocs needs a little bit of restoration but other than that a nice set.

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    Default MK IV 7X Binocs

    The case for these binocs needs a little bit of restoration but other than that a nice set.
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    jh92
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    Default Re: MK IV 7X Binocs

    The binocs look nice!

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    Default Re: MK IV 7X Binocs

    Yep I'd be happy with those, are the optics balanced?
    I love binos and have quite few sets but not this model
    Thanks for showing Gary

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    Default Re: MK IV 7X Binocs

    Hello Rene,

    Yes the optics are indeed balanced.


    Cheers
    Gary
    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    Yep I'd be happy with those, are the optics balanced?
    I love binos and have quite few sets but not this model
    Thanks for showing Gary

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