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Range Finder

KPeteKPete Member Posts: 2 ✭✭
Just picked up a mint condition, Wild Heerbrugg, TM2, 80cm base, range finder that was made by the Swiss in 1966. It was brought back from Iraq. It was made for artillery, for long distance ranging. I understand that long distance shooters have also been using these for range finders. I was wondering about the quality, marketability and value of this range finder Thanks

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  • JustCJustC Member Posts: 16,055 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    if it is anything like the Barr and Stroud versions where you dial them until the two images come together, then look in the other window to see the range indication, they are very accurate. A lot of folks have tested them against lasers and found them to be quite acceptable.
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