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    Re: The "big" sextant manufactures
    From: Greg Rudzinski
    Date: 2007 Nov 06, 14:56 -0800

    You will find the Navy Mark 3 far better than a Davis Plastic . The
    mirrors are bigger, the frame is more stable when exposed to heat, the
    extra weight will stablize the image in wind, better optics, easier to
    maintain, shares parts with a Plath, great grip, and collectable. The
    6x30 scope will give the best sight picture for Sun observations and
    the 4x40 will give the brightest picture for star observations.
    
    Greg Rudzinski
    
    On Oct 23, 12:56 pm, Winchurch  wrote:
    > I would appreciate any comment on the U.S. Navy Mark III mod I made by
    > Scientific Instruments of Wisconsin.
    > Since I graduated to this instrument from a Davis plastic model this is
    > the only "real" sextant I have ever used.
    > I am quite pleased with it but have no bas9s for comparison.
    > Any comments?
    
    
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