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Disassemble the eye pieces ww 2 german 10 x 80 45 degree flak bin

Remove and disassemble the eye pieces from the main body

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NEVER disassemble an eyepiece. This usually voids the warranty and the optical surfaces inside NEVER get dirty.

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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Their contact phone number is at the very BOTTOM of this web site page. Call them.

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if you like give me a call..to hard to explain how to take apart typing...5088330650...larry

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