can I use this Hensoldt scope ?

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Pulseriflefan

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The size seems to match.

Is it close to the correct one after I remove the diopter ?

I think the scope mount should be cover the long slot of the dioptric adjustment too.

What do you think ?

 

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OdiWan72

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It´s great.

The slot from the additional windage ring WILL be covered by the mounts :)

Markus
 

gavidoc

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Originally posted by OdiWan72@Feb 21 2006, 09:14 AM
It´s great.

The slot from the additional windage ring WILL be covered by the mounts :)

Markus
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Agreed.

My scope also had the diopter on it. When it was removed, the cradle rings covered the slot.
 

Pulseriflefan

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Cool . I think I scored .

It came from the US today - sorry guys :D

Now my MGC has a great scope - but nothing to hang it on :cry
 

SWFreak

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Was that the one that was on eBay last week? I was watching that and decided to let it go.
 

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Pulseriflefan

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Originally posted by SWFreak@Feb 21 2006, 02:02 PM
Was that the one that was on eBay last week? I was watching that and decided to let it go.
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Thank you very much for that :p

I think $68 including shipping to Germany isn`t too much or ?
 

OdiWan72

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Unscrew it...simply grap it with two fingers, turning it to the left ;)

Just checked my scope and it came apart VERY easy.

Markus
 

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OdiWan72

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GABE......how can you DARE to take the time to post in this thread and NOT TO WORK on the CAD drawing of the parts the whole prop-community is waiting for????????????????????????? B)

Markus :lol
 

Pulseriflefan

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Argh. Well, screwing that thing out was just to simple :lol
The grease was hard, so I had some trouble to do the finger job :unsure
Thank you :thumbsup

Thanks for the wink Gabe :D
 

gavidoc

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Originally posted by Pulseriflefan@Feb 21 2006, 10:06 AM


I think $68 including shipping to Germany isn`t too much or ?
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Well, considering that I paid $500 for the one that went on my gun 3 (or was it 4) years ago, you did good.
 

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OdiWan72

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Originally posted by moffeaton@Feb 22 2006, 02:37 PM
"The grease was hard, so I had some trouble to do the finger job"

Ahhh, high school.
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:lol :lol :lol

Markus
 

Prop Runner

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Originally posted by OdiWan72@Feb 21 2006, 10:10 AM
GABE......how can you DARE to take the time to post in this thread and NOT TO WORK on the CAD drawing of the parts the whole prop-community is waiting for?????????????????????????  B)

Markus :lol
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Who said I wasn't? :D



As posted earlier in the MR EE thread:

http://www.rpf.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=105678

And these:







posted earlier on this thread:

http://www.rpf.invisionzone.com/index.php?...dpost&p=1190507

Without a clear frontal shot of either the ANH or Sitting Target brackets, I had to rely on the grainy, high-contrast, shadow-ridden perspective shots, and through trial and error matched up the points in the CAD model, like in these comparisons, three of over a dozen made throughout the project. Doing all those iterations until I was confident enough to persuade MR it was right was a pain in the royal ass, but I loved every minute of it. :D

Unfortunately, I only have some second-hand measurements of a real HW scope, and those were taken off a first-generation casting of one. That's good if I'd be satisfied with a 90% accurate static interpretation, but you know me, guys - I'd only be interested in replicating the scope as a 100% accurate, mechanically - if not optically - functional replica.

If I can get my hands on a real scope, I'd be able to start right away, unfortunately that hasn't happened yet. Even MR never got its hands on a real scope and had to rely on the second-hand measurements I provided them (the one in the CAD assembly above is a VERY simplified rep).

I figured until an accurate bracket set is done, there's no real rush to do the scope, but if anyone wants to lend me theirs for a few days so I can take calipers to it, they'd get a free replica if and when I get around to making them, so spread the word, people. :D

- Gabe
 

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