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Unread 08-09-2011, 08:51 AM
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Re: binoculars

AIRSTREAM,,
Over the years i,ve spent a lot of money on binoculars..I should have waited and saved my money until i was able to purchase my EL-10-42 swarovski,s ,,that i knew would not let me down..and are crystal clear.
If you would like to wait and save more money for a top of the line setup ,,i will let you use mine for this hunt...These things are like scopes and you can go back and forth all day long.. my experience is schmidt & bender scopes and swarovski binoculars..
I dont know you but because you are on this site i should be able to trust you.If you want to purchase something else do so ,or if you want to save for a better top of the line setup you can use mine for this hunt..
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    Unread 08-09-2011, 10:49 PM
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    Extreme, wow what a generous offer. I , like yourself have learned that instead of buying 5 midgrade products, go ahead and save money by buying one thatill last and not leave you wishing and wanting. So I spent the money on a nightforce, spent the money on a cooper and I spent the money on quality gear, add this up with the outfitters drop camp fee for me and my wife and well you know the money that is invested , makes this a trip of a lifetime for someone such as myself. I live in Virginia, I am honest, hard working , hard hunting 32 year old. I really have no need for Binoculars hear in Va, so I never made the investment.

    How much would the replacement fee be if the lent binos were lost stolen or damaged in any way. and yes I would pay for them in full if I would even scratch them. You may be as crazy as me. thanks again for the offer, I will be considering this for a day or two.
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    Unread 08-10-2011, 09:02 AM
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    Airstream,
    So we dont tie up the site with this subject e-mail me at ==( prhmmm@yahoo.com )..
    I will give you my tele. no. or you give me yours and we can finish this.
    I,am well aware of the cost of a western hunt,and because i,am not needing my binoculars this fall ,,you can use them ..I,am well aware of what can happen on these kind of trips,, i,ve done at least (30 ) ,some guided most drop camp ,,but dont let that stand in your way.
    I,ll be in and out of the house all day today and will check my computer as i come in.
    pete,
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    For your price range I think you would be happy with the Nikon Monarchs.
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    Unread 08-11-2011, 09:42 AM
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    Hi airstream,
    i have not heard back ,,so to answer your question i paid around $1800.00 dollars when i bought mine....cabelas has them now at $2480.00 dollars. Do not let this stop you from using mine..
    Your last message said you have no need for binoculars after this hunt,so save your money and contact me.think positive and get ready for your hunt and can assure you that you will be able to see what your shooting at..
    Contact me pete
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    Unread 08-14-2011, 08:58 AM
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    extreme I attemted to send you an e-mail , did you recieve it. 540 325 2024
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    Unread 08-16-2011, 02:51 PM
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    I hunt in Idaho almost every year. I will say that your optics in that country is almost as important as your rifle. I just picked up a pair of Vortex Diamondbacks 10x42 and used them on an Oregon antelope hunt and they were great! $200+-
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