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Hey Swift: I own the Swift Audubon Mark ii Model 805 and of the half dozen other binoculars that I own the Model 805 is by far the best of the lot and the best o*** the other brands I have viewed at Cabelas and other sporting goods stores. My problem is with the carrying case. The case in which the Model 805 disintegrated with use. You provided me with a supplier that deals in replacement cases. I ordered one that was a duplicate ar at least similar to the original. It fell apart the second or third time I picked it up. The botton fell out. Would you please tell me the name of supplier(s) who sell binocular cases. I have lost the name of the one who sold me then defective case and I want to return it to them with comments. thanks Joe B. Barton

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SOURCE: I have a Swift model 802, 7X35 binocular. The

at the bottom hindge there is a nut you can remove . then take a long thin screwdriver and take off the screw that holds the eyepiece focus shaft. turn center wheel till eyepiece xbars come off body,carefull not to touch lenses. gl larry@reichinstruments.com

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Do you mean the Swift Audubon 8.5x44? If so, for the new model 820 contact Swift Sports Optics. If it's the older model 804 ask around in the forums such as Cloudy Nights. The new model 820 is rubber coated. The old models have a grey crinkle finish.

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Yes, or providing they still make it. The monoc head is just held on with a thumb screw, and you can usually buy just the binocular head itself. You will most likely have to get the part through one of Swift Optical Instruments many distributors or dealers, but if you call Swift directly they will be able to direct you in the right direction: (877) 967-9438

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The center hinge is loose. I have to use both hands to hold the binoculars up to both eyes.

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