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Randolph Engineering XLW, 3 lens set SPF

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Quack_kills, May 13, 2011.

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  1. Quack_kills

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    I have for sale a 3 lens set of RE XLW shooting glasses. They are in excellent condition, the only scratches I can find on the lenses, are where the lens attaches to the frame(very minor). Scratching in this area is unavoidable and you cannot see the scratches once the lenses are attached. I have all of the original packaging that came with them new. I am asking SOLD PENDING FUNDS shipped via priority mail, thanks. The specs on the lenses are: Medium yellow 52, orange 45, and vermilion 46

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    64 or 72mm frame? thanks
     
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    You are the second one to ask now...Honestly I do not know, how and where do I measure this? Thanks for the help!
     
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    Per the company's web site the XLW are 72mm frames which would be too wide for me. I would need the 66mm XL frame which is what I currently have in the Post-4.
     
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    The website lists two sizes.

    Check the inside of the temples....there are always labels and sizes there on glasses. Maybe it says it on the frame.
     
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    I could not find anything on the frames themselves. I measured from post to post across the lenses, with a caliper and came up with 145mm, does that help?

    I also measured the width of one of the lenses. 72mm...
     
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