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Optical repairs/restoration

Post by Earl on Tue Jan 04, 2005 2:27 am

The best folks for any type of optical instrument repairs, restoration and calibration is Osborn Optical Systems at optical-repair@cox.net. Their address is Osborn Optical Systems, 6324 N. 79th Lane, Glendale, AZ 85303.

Post by opticsplanet.com on Fri Nov 12, 2004 5:00 pm


You might try:

Johnson OpTech
838 Princeton Rd
Berkley, MI 48072-3064
WWW Page: http://www.enterit.com/JohnsonOptech0914.htm
Repairs & restorations, binoculars & telescopes; parts for older models; prisms, lenses, eyepieces, etc.

vintage scope repair

Post by webfoot10 on Fri Nov 12, 2004 1:10 pm

I have a older style scope that came mounted on a prewar mauser sporter. The scope is made by Norman-Ford & Co of Tyler Texas and
is their model called THE TEXAN. I cannot adjust the focus on it, and it
will need to be resealed , The tube is 7/8 diameter . and the mounts are
made by NIEDNER RIFLE CORP, of DOWAGIAC. MICH. The mounts which
are case hardened tip off type, are pinned and screwed to the action is
why I would like to keep the 7/8 dia scope . Do you know of a repair shop
that could repair this scope? Or where I could purchase a 7/8 dia scope
that could take the recoil of a 30/06?