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  1. Telrad - Telrad Dew Shield Plus

    Telrad - Telrad Dew Shield Plus

    This dew shield for your Telrad helps prevent condensation from forming on the glass plate of your finder. When the finder is not in use, simply flip the cover down over the glass ... Learn More
    Model#: 2025_T
    $25.00

  2. TELRADRISER2in

    Telrad - Telrad Riser 2 inch

    Make the usage of the Telrad easier on a scope with the Telrad risers.

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    Model#: TELRADRISER2
    $19.00

  3. Telrad - Telrad Riser 4"

    Telrad - Telrad Riser 4"

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    Model#: TELRADRISER4
    $19.00

  4. Telrad - Telrad

    Telrad - Telrad

    Select an object on the chart and note its position among the visible stars. Then set the position among the visible stars. Then set the Telrad rings on that spot in the sky. A quick rough setting will put the object in the field of a finderscope ... Learn More
    Model#: TELRAD
    $39.00

  5. Telrad - Telrad Base Only

    Telrad - Telrad Base Only

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    Model#: TELRADBASE
    $9.00

  6. TELRADDEWCAP

    Telrad - Telrad Hinged Deluxe Dew Cap

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    Model#: TELRADDEWCAP
    $10.95

  7. Telrad - Telrad Light Pulser Unit

    Telrad - Telrad Light Pulser Unit

    To see objects through a telescope it must be pointed to exactly the right spot. The Telrad is sight for pointing telescopes to that ″right spot″.Through a Telrad you see the sky the way the star charts show it ... Learn More
    Model#: TELRADPULSER
    $19.95

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To see objects through a telescope it must be pointed to exactly the right spot. The Telrad is sight for pointing telescopes to that ″right spot″. Through a Telrad you see the sky the way the star charts show it. Not a small unside-down and magnified portion of it, but the ″real sky″ with three lighted target rings set against it. The large ring is 4 degrees across. It outlines the area covered by a finderscope. The small ring is 1/2 degree across and outlines the area seen in the telescope.