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    I agree with Surpmil. I own both scope types and greatly prefer the T.O.S. over the earlier design.
    The tripod is quite the little piece of engineering!



    I had a hell of a time laying my hands on one of the tripods. Finally got the tripod through a favour from twincamharley. The scope was easier.

    I also have an earlier version of the T.O.S. that a gent I know got at a government auction in Toronto. It came with one of the wooden R.E.L. tripods.

    BTW, I need one of the scope tins for the R.E.L. T.O.S. scope. Does anyone have an extra they'd part with?

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