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11 February 2012


I bought a carry-handle mount for my Trilux scope.  The mounting nut is retained to the mount by a piece of monofilament.  Monofilament that promptly broke.

Today I repaired the lanyard by replacing the monofilament with some stainless steel fishing lead wire.  The crimped things holding the loops together are known as lead sleeves.

I also have enough material to do this fix a hundred more times.

The original part.

The repaired mount on a carry handle.

The scope on the mount.  Cheek weld?  What's that?  Are you making up words again?

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