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    Re: Russian Sextant
    From: Courtney Thomas
    Date: 2003 Oct 6, 18:47 -0500

    Doug,
    
    Do you know to what extent the Russians succeeded in mimicking the
    Freiburg non-adjustable error quality ?
    
    If no, do you know what the typical Freiburg's non-adjustable error
    sequence looks like ?
    
    Cordially,
    
    Courtney
    
    
    
    Royer, Doug wrote:
    
    >Len,I dont know if anyone else on list helped but here goes.The SNOT,CHO
    >series of sextants were Freiburg sextant clones.I suggest you go to the
    >Freiburg site or find a Freiburg sextant owners manuel and that should tell
    >you what you need to work on your SNOT sextant.
    >
    >-----Original Message-----
    >From: LenCfly{at}AOL.COM [mailto:LenCfly{at}AOL.COM]
    >Sent: Saturday, October 04, 2003 20:06
    >To: NAVIGATION-L{at}LISTSERV.WEBKAHUNA.COM
    >Subject: Russian Sextant
    >
    >
    >Hi ,
    >I purchased a new SNOT Russian Sextant and it seems well made with an extra
    >mirror and 2 telescopes, and a couple of adjusting tools and an instruction
    >booklet in Russian, Can anyone on the list help me with either a translation
    >or a place to get a translation or help in the use of the two adjusting
    >tools.
    >Len Chimienti
    >1/2 of one of the adjusting tools adjusts the mirrors
    >
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    >
    
    --
    Courtney Thomas
    s/v Mutiny
    lying Oriental, NC
    
    
    

       
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