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    Has anyone seen a version of the common pressed-steel "greenish-gray" right-angle viewer with a piece of polished steel in lieu of the normal glass insert? Thanks for any info.

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    Hmm..I happened upon one of these a couple weeks ago. Didn't look too hard at it.
    I'll look when I get home tonight.

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    Mine has a glass mirror.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Hosmericon View Post
    Has anyone seen a version of the common pressed-steel "greenish-gray" right-angle viewer with a piece of polished steel in lieu of the normal glass insert? Thanks for any info.
    Just checked mine. Glass in it as well.

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    Could be foreign. For the whole story on Bore Reflectors, see the GCAicon Journal Summer and Winter 2005. Jeff Carstens really laid them out. Who knew?

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