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Hiya,

Though not officially U-Boat binoculars my 7x50's have seen some heavy use in their time, also a couple of nice pictures of two lads from U-262( classic pose, headgear, and bino's).

Would i be right in thinking that these blc's were issued en mass to the KM from around mid 1942?

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Hello, from the information that I have, and if I'm not wrong, this bino belongs to a serial of 1.900 U-Bootgalas 7x50 binoculars produced by CZ in 1941 with serail number from 38.300 to 40.200. From the number 38.700 the were marked with the blc code.

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