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FS: Leica 10x25 BCA Trinovid

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by FIB, Jun 22, 2011.

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    I have a pair of Leica 10x25 BCA Trinovid's that I bought a years ago and no longer use. They are in MINT condition. I paid $ 500.00 for them at Cabela's but will sell them for $ 350.00 including shipping and insurance. I'm still trying to figure out the picture posting thing but I will e-mail pictures to any interested party. Regards, Randy Price.... BTW, I live in N. IL and would be willing to travel a short distance if someone wanted to see them in person.
     
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    No interest in some nice glass???? If you think I'm too high please let me know. I'd like to sell them but I'm not going to give them away. Thanks, Randy Price
     
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    Most people buy quality glass, such as these, and keep them for decades. My Leica 8X42's were bought in the early 1980's; they'll be passed on to children and grandchildren when I leave this world...

    I've always bought the best glass and keep them - I feel most people do the same. You have a nice set of opera glass in your Leica binoculars. I would think somewhere around $250.00 would be the going rate. Since they are specialty glass (not average field glasses), you will need a special buyer who needs a quality pair of small optics...

    I might be interested and I'll watch this thread for awhile. If you don't find a buyer, let me know your bottom figure later in a private email...

    I had a similar pair of Leica compact glass and they were run over by a corn picker several years ago. Long story, sad ending for my Leica's on that deer hunt....good luck
     
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