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Nikon Sky & Earth Spotting Scope

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Unread 02-17-2003, 09:39 PM
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Nikon Sky & Earth Spotting Scope

I'm considering putting a pair of Nikon 20x60 Sky and Earth model 7350 spotting scopes together for big eyes, but they look too bulky to get close enough together to see thru. I'm guessing someone has already tried this and can save me a lot of trouble finding out. Can you help?
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    Re: Nikon Sky & Earth Spotting Scope

    Larry

    I was wondering the same thing. I have one and i think the clarity is very good. For me it looks like it will work for my eyes.
    I don't know if this makes a difference but i just looked at my model and it is a 7355(non camo). How are you going to put these two together?

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    Re: Nikon Sky & Earth Spotting Scope

    Matt, Could you measure the distance from the center of the objective (eyepiece) lens to the edge of the barrel for me? Top and bottom as well as side to side. I think I can have a bracket made out of aluminum that will work as long as I can get them close enough. Thanks!
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    Re: Nikon Sky & Earth Spotting Scope

    Larry
    I will try. The eyepiece is not centered on the tube. As i was lookin at it the eye piece is offset to the right. I don't know how to build one of these contraptions but wouldn't you just want to know the width of the tube and then the center of tube to the center of the screw hole?
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    Unread 02-21-2003, 09:23 AM
     
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    Re: Nikon Sky & Earth Spotting Scope

    I'm Baaaacck,
    Larry, I have one here at the house if ya want to check it out. I believe one should also consider what eyeball configuration one has, PREDATOR OR PREY?????
    OO vs O O
    I do have people who hunt with me that possess that catfish eyeball thing, ya know
    6.5 MOA between lookers. And NO ya can't sneak up on em. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
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    Re: Nikon Sky & Earth Spotting Scope

    ROOK EYE ALRAYS ROOK EYE.

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