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    Default Tritium Replacement?

    Anyone know where I might be able to get tritium replacement for a ZRAK M-76 4x 510 scope that comes with a Zastava M76 rifle? I think that before the "shift change" in Washington DC I might get everything squared away, and this is just one more maintenance issue.

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    Me too
    i'm looking for replacement for on-m76.
    but i don't know excatly what i need.

    P.S. Internal "lamp".

    Thanks

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    Once you know the dimensions of the tritium, go here to buy: For Sale: Tritium Vials - CPFMarketPlace

    In general, CPFMarketPlace - Powered by vBulletin has several threads with different tritium vials for sale. You may need to be patient and wait until someone has what you want in stock.
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    If they are anything like the lps/tip2 [the PSL scope] tritium vials, you'll have to go to europe to get the vials, they aren't small enough to go unnoticed while importing them, they are huge!
    http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p...43630026-1.jpg Pay attention to the caliper in the picture!

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    I've ordered from that forum before. Just set your expectations to allow "4-6 weeks for delivery" just like old times!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [486] View Post
    If they are anything like the lps/tip2 [the PSL scope] tritium vials, you'll have to go to europe to get the vials, they aren't small enough to go unnoticed while importing them, they are huge!
    http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p...43630026-1.jpg Pay attention to the caliper in the picture!
    Forgot to add that one guy tried the little vials, even multiple, but they weren't powerful enough. You're better off trying to convert it to LED, and use a AA to power it, it'll last like 10 years on a single battery, I got a LED flashlight using the same battery for 10 years, then the electronics in the flashlight died...

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    I know a man who used to work for Zrak Sarajevo before Yugo wars.
    He was chif 'optician' at that time and nowadays he have his own business- repairing Zrak scopes.
    I will ask him how they use to deal with tritium replacements (factory repairs).

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    I'm interested too....
    Quote Originally Posted by dr.John09 View Post
    I know a man who used to work for Zrak Sarajevo before Yugo wars.
    He was chif 'optician' at that time and nowadays he have his own business- repairing Zrak scopes.
    I will ask him how they use to deal with tritium replacements (factory repairs).

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    I would be interested in tritium replacement or seeing a LED conversion. Having a reticle that is suppose to be lit and is not is annoying

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