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Hello! I have recently bought a reflector telescope off ebay and I can’t see much through it. The telescope seems fine I just think it needs collimating. It’s my first telescope and I am sure how to do it, I thought about taking it into a shop but they wanted too much money. my other option is buying a laser collimator but I would still need help. If I brought my telescope to one of your meeting do you think I could get somebody to help me to collimate it?