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Thread: Browning Binoculars Help

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    Browning Binoculars Help

    Right chaps need some help,i have trawled the web to try to find spares for my binos,i need i think it is called the axle which threads in from the frontal pivot point and some objestive lens caps any ideas on where i can locate these spares or where i can take them for repair, I am reluctant to send them away as i am in Arron on the first week in November and will need them for the trip.

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    Try to borrow a pair from a friend, get your bino's away for repair, don't risk a kit failure while on Arran you will never forgive yourself, try to imagine your glassing a very nice beast & pop out go the lights!Steve.

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    If you have no luck, you're welcome to borrow my Leicas for the week.

    You'll be practically be passing my door anyway on your way up.

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    There are definately gentlemen amongst us, what an offer! 8)

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    Just been trawling Uttings site, they stock Browning bino's, might be worth speaking to them? Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingstonandy
    If you have no luck, you're welcome to borrow my Leicas for the week.

    You'll be practically be passing my door anyway on your way up.
    Andy you are a true gent thanks for the very kind offer mate, if i have no joy i may just have to take you up on your kind offer will keep you posted.
    Steve also thanks for pointing me in that direction ( Uttings )contacted them and they are out of stock and hold no spares,at the price they were i would have bought another pair they were 350 less than i originaly paid for mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingstonandy
    If you have no luck, you're welcome to borrow my Leicas for the week.

    You'll be practically be passing my door anyway on your way up.
    Andy you are a true gent thanks for the very kind offer mate, if i have no joy i may just have to take you up on your kind offer will keep you posted.

    Steve also thanks for pointing me in that direction ( Uttings )contacted them and they are out of stock and hold no spares,at the price they were i would have bought another pair they were 350 less than i originaly paid for mine

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