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    British Korean War Baush & Lomb Binoculars????

    I do not recognize the UKE ^ property marking. Is it Korean period or later? On the other side, it can be determined when Baush & Lomb went out of the optics business. 6x30 power observation glasses (no mil scale recticule).


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    We used to see these 6x 30's in UKicon service into the 70's plus another set sort-of similar with 'stereoscopic prism co' markings on them plus the usual REL type. They used to fall under the general category of obsolescent American' so they'd just carry on until they failed

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    Just looks like home struck name of LIKE 343 probably his last 3

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