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    Re: [Sextants] Tamaya sextant designs & WEB ARCHIVES
    From: Greg Rudzinski
    Date: 2009 May 31, 03:35 -0700

    The MS 633,733,833 Tamayas are all well made sextants. I have a MS 833
    Jupiter with a 7x35 scope that has been with me since 1980 for use
    aboard ship. If you plan on using a sextant on a small craft then I
    recommend the Plath with whole horizon mirror and a 4x40 scope.
    Tamayas don't have the whole horizon mirror as an option. When bidding
    on a used sextant be sure the mirror silvering looks good in the
    auction photos.
    On May 30, 3:58�pm,  wrote:
    > Hi , my name is jurgen,i have the opportunity of purchasing a marine sextant 
    Tamaya MS633.is there anyone who has information on that particular motel?
    > any feedback would be greatly appreciated
    > best egards
    > Jurgen
    > -------------------------------------------------
    > [Sent from archive by: jurgenw-AT-bigpond.net.au]
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