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Cammenga Olive Drab Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass/Without Tritium 27
$54.79
Model: Cammenga Olive Drab Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass/Without Tritium 27
Code: QF-CM-PHOSLENS-27
MPN: 27
UPC: 718122543854
Cammenga Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Clam Pack 166739
$63.99
Model: Cammenga Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Clam Pack 166739
Code: QF-CM-PHOSLENS-166739
MPN: 27CS
Cammenga Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Realtree Camo 166749
$70.99
Model: Cammenga Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Realtree Camo 166749
Code: QF-CM-PHOSLENS-166749
MPN: C27RT
Cammenga Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Gift Box 166740
$73.99 $79.95 Save $5.96
Model: Cammenga Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Gift Box 166740
Code: QF-CM-PHOSLENS-166740
MPN: 27GB

Cammenga Olive Drab Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass/Without Tritium 27 Product Info

Cammenga Olive Drab Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass/Without Tritium 27 on sale and available from our online store. OpticsPlanet, Inc is an Authorized US Distributor for Cammenga Compasses.

The phosphorescent lensatic compass has been used as an economical alternative to the tritium model for decades. It is the same compass Cammenga has been supplying to the US military except that the self-luminous tritium has been replaced with phosphorescent paint. Features of this most rugged and accurate compass are: Luminosity: phosphorescent Jewel bearing: sapphire Rotating Bezel: bi-directional Climate capacity: -50 to+150 degrees F. Frame Materials: cast aluminum Lanyard: Included Waterproof: yes Carrying Pouch: LC-1 pouch with belt clip Condition: new Expected luminous life: 1-2 hours after brief exposure to light Accuracy: per MIL-PRF-10436N Dial readings: degrees and mils. Casting: aluminum Damping process: induction (no liquid required) Color, body: olive drab Color, pouch: olive drab. image

Cammenga 166739: Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Clam Pack
Cammenga 166749: Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Realtree Camo
Cammenga 166740: Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass, Gift Box

Specifications for Cammenga Olive Drab Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass/Without Tritium 27:

Mfg Item Num:  27
Category:  ACCESSORIES / MISCELLANEOUS
imageType:  Compass
Model/Style:  27
Color:  Olive Drab
Size:  N/A
Material:  Aluminum

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Helpful Positive Review Off trail packing/Tactical by Legacy Reviewer, October 11, 2009
If you use topos or generally want a real compass this it. Well built and in the USA. One day a will get a GPS mostly for carrying the mapping info. But I'm strictly a map and compass person for now. I have to shoot some relatively complex routes thr...
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Most Recent Review Lensatic Compass by Legacy Reviewer, January 11, 2014
I have used a lot of compasses over the years. This the best one I have ever used. Pros: Easy to use, well made Cons: None
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Most Recent Review Cammenga 27 compass by Legacy Reviewer, November 19, 2012
Good compass and at a great price!!! Pros: Good solid military compass to get the job done! Great price! Cons: Above average, but better options out there.
0/1 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Works Well by Legacy Reviewer, June 30, 2012
For those who like to actually be involved in hiking and where they are going, this is a must. If you wish to rely on some electronic gadget to tell you where you need to go, you can wait until your batteries fail. Your choice. Pros: Simple, solid,...
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Most Recent Review It's a great compass by Legacy Reviewer, February 18, 2012
Its a great compass, takes some training to use it fully. Having to learn how to use mils and how to properly hold it. Its tough as nails and easy to maintain. Only beef is it could have a declination adjustment so i don't have to figure in that ...
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