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Equipment
German WWII 6x30 Dienstglas, bmk Code, Leather Case, WaA94

Equipment
German WWII 6x30 Dienstglas, bmk Code, Leather Case, WaA94

Item #42583 : Original era manufacture. A so-so pair of aluminum framed 6x30 Dienstglas in a really interesting,waffenamt proofed leathercase. The binoculars are coded bmk, Strb & Stys, Prague. The bincoculars have a black paint finish to the aluminum body, the lenses are clear, with a range grid in the right side, but are not collimated, displaying a double image when viewed. The adjustable eyepieces work properly, and the central pivot rod works fine.The black leather case has a 1936 date and a Reichswehr style waffenamt (WaA94) on the front lip. The leather is sound displaying some light surface scuffing, exhibiting pre-war quality throughout. The closurestrap is complete and unbroken.

Price: $195.00

Photos of Equipment German WWII 6x30 Dienstglas, bmk Code, Leather Case, WaA94