20140Re: 105/650 question
- Nov 1, 2004The 105 CNC , even a bit on the heavy side is such increditble
short, that the GM 8 handle it like a Queen
We plan to make this week a shipment to TMB, if your decision comes
in time ( next days) we could ship 1 pc from our stock to TMB for
other questions will be fair to be answered by customers and owners
only not by me as seller
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Roger" <pokersilverking@y...>
>perfect travel scope for me,
> How does this scope compare with the AP Traveler?
> I'm on the Traveler waiting list, but as I further investigate the
> I find that the TMB 105 starts to take on some very impressivecharacteristics.
>scope for the next decade
> Can anybody comment on any positives, or negatives with this scope?
> I'm interested in the CNC version, as I'm really making this my
> of longer. I've come a long way to realizing that this size andthis type of scope is perfect
> for me.cold/windy/ugly nights......I know
> Anything bigger, and I'll just leave it in the box on
> myself to well!105/650 CNC actually
> There was a time when I wouldn't budge on a Traveler, but the
> seems to better the AP in a few areas.8.....the one
> I'm also wondering how this scope might work with a Losmandy GM-
> thing this scope is, is a bit heavy, so I'm wondering if the GM-8would be adequate for
> webcam of planets or stacked digi SLR shots.
> How long are people waiting to take delivery of this scope?
> I'm new to this group, and to TMB's, so thanks for any guidance.
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