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Blingon20s
 Monday, August 01 2005 @ 08:37 am EDT (Read 2543 times)  
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Back a couple years ago in Minnesota I built my own telescope based upon Richard Berry's 6" Dobsonian. Now I am in the Air Force and stationed at Little Rcok AFB. I am going to Germany and want to upgrade to a equitorial when I get there. So I am offering a free telescope for anyone that would like one. Just email me anytime. I presently live in Vilonia.

Chris
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 Sunday, August 14 2005 @ 12:39 am EDT  
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Hi, Chris.

Our site has no way to reveal how many people might have taken you up on your offer by email. Do you still have the telescope and wish to give it away?

Just out of curiosity, what type of equatorial telescope are you considering for purchase?

Thanks
Bob


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