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Bushnell Custom 7x35

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Old Monday 8th August 2016, 15:18   #1
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Bushnell Custom 7x35

Nice little find, I have the 8x36 version of this as well, they give a super image, but slightly fuzzy right at the edge of FOV, something I dont notice with the 8x36. still very useable despite their age, they are of course a bit heavy compared to modern bins, but very solid. I got this for peanuts compared with the HR5 I just posted in the Swift section, but to me the image is just as pleasing.Nice and clean inside, no work needed for a change.[email protected]/
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Old Tuesday 9th August 2016, 15:48   #2
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This looks like the binocular James Garner uses in "The Rockford Files." You can see it from its objective end at the introduction of most of the shows which are going through re-runs now on my Cable.

Good bin for a private eye!

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Used to love the Rockford files Bob, they showed some repeats a couple of years back here. This would have been a near top notch bin back when that was made.
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Old Thursday 11th August 2016, 23:18   #4
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That is in beautiful shape! I have a Custom in the 9X36 that I bought new when still a youth. Mine show more wear as it was my one and only binocular for many years. I have a friend who has a 7X35 that was his father's and looks in great shape like yours. I still enjoy using mine from time to time. Thanks for sharing.
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Ty Bruce, yes its nice, my 8x36 custom is slightly better, not a mark on that one.
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I also have the 9x36, purchase last week, storage wear only.
They are still pretty good glass and being high class porro's (for their time) have a bit of elegance.
Seems so many glasses these days lack that elegance.
Work great as coffee table glasses to have handy.
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