So the big question: Is there enough evidence here to suppose that the Greedo, Merr Sonn, and Hero were all built the same way?
Thanks.So the big question: Is there enough evidence here to suppose that the Greedo, Merr Sonn, and Hero were all built the same way?
The Left antenna is missing in the post images. The Right short "rod" looks to me a broken off completely in the post image with a little rough glue left under the rod area on the receiver.I while ago it was discussed weather or not the remaining antenna rod greeblie was actually intact but edited out in the only real photo available at the time. I guess we can put that to rest. It also appears (In this photo anyways) that there wasn’t a t track or anything except for the antenna rods themselves? View attachment 1539106
That would be great. But if I recall, Lonepigeon prescribed to the T track theory. I can't see how the T track could possibly have ever been there. There is no T track base visible on the MerrSonns or HERO.It sure would be great to have at least one hi-res view of the various Top-View chronicles photos..
..I think that alone could likely solve so, so many questions we all have as far as the Hero's barrel greeblie is concerned. Maybe one similar in quality to the one lonepigeon posted of the straight-knurl on the thumb nuts of the crossbar?
You can pick nits here.
The ring may slip in and then when you screw the outer ring to the scope body it will hold the lens in?
Drop of glue or nail polish should help. Plumbers putty.
Not threads. Faster production I guess.