wanted finderscope

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    David Osborne
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    Hello, recently became member of LAS, I have a celestron astromaster 130, it came with a red dot finder,don’t laugh I now know they’re as good as useless now, I’m informed I need a decent finder-scope, so I’m in the market for one that won’t break the bank, my scope has an attachment on the rings that support the tube for a camera, so that would seem to be a good place to mount a finder, up @ pex hill tonight really enjoyed myself in spite of of issues with red dot finder, picked up some useful tips, any input greatly received .
    cheers
    David

    #4330

    David Osborne
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    Thanx for looking in guys, think I might be sorted,
    David

    #4382

    David Osborne
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    sadly not sorted, so still on the look out any suggestions greatly accepted
    David

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    Mark Galvin
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    Sorry to hear that David!
    Just wanted to let you know that while nobody has replied to your post, it has been viewed nearly 200 times, so it’s not that people haven’t seen it but just that the ones who have haven’t been able to advise.

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