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I have a pair of Bauscch and Lomb 7 x 24 Field 65 Binoculars. The rubber eye pieces have now split. Are replacement rubber eye pieces available, please ?

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Sorry I would have loved to have helped you with this one , but, have searched the internet. And it seems you will have to have them made specially. Sorry but thats all i could get.

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I need to replace eye pieces for Baush and Lomb elite 61-2843. These are the flexible eye relief cups.


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