Ward D Vision 800

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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by blueroll » 24 Sep 2016, 16:10

Hi Clive.
Just checking that you got my pm yesterday about my 800s and now I desperately need a replacement medium diameter bush and a spare please ?

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David.

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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by cliveward » 24 Sep 2016, 20:15

blueroll wrote:Hi Clive.
Just checking that you got my pm yesterday about my 800s and now I desperately need a replacement medium diameter bush and a spare please ?

Regards.
David.
Just sent a reply and all under control. :thumbup:


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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by DAVYW1 » 24 Sep 2016, 21:12

Hi Clive,

Any update on a rough timescale until you start doing WD700 upgrades? I know it has been asked several times before over the last few months but any info would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks,
Davy :wave:

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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by Jimmzy1 » 01 Nov 2016, 13:34

Hi CLIVE!. I ordered a d800s and iluminator from you well over 10 days ago and not heard anything back at all?
I'm starting to wander where my money is? Any chance you can let me know??
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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by Callidus Vulpes » 11 Mar 2017, 12:26

Will the WDV 800 fit the Zeiss 6-24x56TFL ocular which has a slightly non-parallel tube, or are there shims or collars that can adapt it to fit if not?

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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by cliveward » 11 Mar 2017, 13:09

Callidus Vulpes wrote:Will the WDV 800 fit the Zeiss 6-24x56TFL ocular which has a slightly non-parallel tube, or are there shims or collars that can adapt it to fit if not?

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Rob
Hi Rob,

Yes we do have a tapered shim for the Zeiss scopes.

Just mention it in the comments section of the order and it will be supplied free of charge. :thumbup:


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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by Callidus Vulpes » 11 Mar 2017, 13:26

Thanks Clive, that's good to know. What IR illuminator would you recommend, as you can tell I'm new to the world of NV ! Open hill foxing, up to about 250-300 yds max range

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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by cliveward » 11 Mar 2017, 14:21

Callidus Vulpes wrote:Thanks Clive, that's good to know. What IR illuminator would you recommend, as you can tell I'm new to the world of NV ! Open hill foxing, up to about 250-300 yds max range

Rob
Hi Rob,

Go with the B672. It's the most powerful LED illuminator available.


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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by Callidus Vulpes » 11 Mar 2017, 16:51

cliveward wrote:
Callidus Vulpes wrote:Thanks Clive, that's good to know. What IR illuminator would you recommend, as you can tell I'm new to the world of NV ! Open hill foxing, up to about 250-300 yds max range

Rob
Hi Rob,

Go with the B672. It's the most powerful LED illuminator available.


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Clive
Thanks Clive :thumbup:

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Re: Ward D Vision 800

Post by Percyallen » 15 Jun 2017, 04:58

Hi Clive, I ordered an 800l add on yesterday, and your site states availability in 20 days, could you tell me if that is when I would expect to have it posted to me, kind regards Percy

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