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Question scope handles?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sillygarry, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. sillygarry

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    hi guys what are those scope handles that fit on to the magnification ring called that are used to zoom in and where do you get them :confused:and i dont mean side wheel:up:
     
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    I think they are something to do with fishing.

    Mickey.
     
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    A little tip with these and fitting. If the knob its going onto isn't too big, put the strap in from one end, so that you only use half of the strap. This is instead of adjusting it to the middle of the strap and cutting the ends off, effectively giving you two short useless bits.

    Good little bit of kit :)
     
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    I use the ones that Akita177 has detailed at £5 a pair, tighten them up on the mag rim then cut off the excess length of cable tie and the job's a good 'un. They're very tough so you can take them on and off, take them apart and clean them up if needed and then they go back on no problem. :up:
     
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    hello, yes they are for long sea fishing rods that dont have the usual reel fittings, like off the beach fishing, or casting comps,
     

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