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I have an model M100 range finder that is really old, still in the box still in the leather case and doesn't even look like it has been used. I really don't know how old it is . could you tell me when they were manufactured, and is it worth anything.

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SOURCE: need manual on sonin range finder

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Here you can find the manual.
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It may sound like a very complicated project, but dying leather actually isn’t that hard once you understand how to work with leather.
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Read on to find out some very helpful leather dying tips:

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Thanks to better recycling programs, less than 10 percent
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