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    Default M36E1 periscopes, are they good for anything?

    I have a couple of M36E1 periscopes from the M60 that my brother gave me a long time ago. Are they useful for anything other than taking up shelf space? I guess if i bought the upper half i could mount them on something.

    If i ever decided to sell them, are they worth anything? I have no idea if they actually work. They probably dont. But they look neat anyway.


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    Did you ever find out anything on their value? Iíve got one complete unit, trying to see what itís worth.

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    I'm guessing you just have the lower half and may look something like this M36E1 periscopes.jpg the right side is the IR scope and should have a black cover on it to protect it from sun light which can cause tube burn out, left side if I remember is 10X daylight. I have seen them from $25 to $100 for working clear ones, twice that or more with the top mount. You can always lay them on their backs 90 degrees and look down through the eyepiece.
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    Thank you. I have the entire unit; both what you showed and the top piece. I saw one on EBay for $1,999, I’m watching to see if it sells lol

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