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Dave, Oct. 6, 2010 Anyone have any info on a scope that is marked, TELESCOPE,M33,NO.961 E.K.CO 1942 F.M. ,it doesn't have any windage or elevation adjustments, 9 inches long, 7/8 inch dia. one end and 1inch on the other end. also has a band with which appears to be a dove tail mount. May be old military.

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    What is a brass scope marked, Telescope,M33,NO. 961
    E.K.CO 1942 F.M.

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I believe you are correct on the old military assumption, you may want to try some firearm / scope forums to see if some old-timer has any info on the scope. Nothing among us here in particular.

Sorry I don't have more info, I have seen many many scopes and that doesn't mean much to me.

Thanks
Tim

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M19 or M32 brass telescopes made by MHR Co. in 1942. M series like m19 m20 m30 m33 and so on. I believe these were used as artillery

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    Nate Stansfield Oct 07, 2010

    This is the 961st scope made of the M33 model made in 1942

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