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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_ON View Post
    LOL...agreed, but I use the same set up with my F3.
    OK, you shall be pardoned then, but promise to sin no more!
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    Ralph W. Lambrecht
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    It is a Horseman rail

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    Michael,

    In my catalogues I overlooked one rail: Horseman on their recent cameras not only offered telescopic rails, but also a simple twin-dovetailed one (regular only on their LB-camera). Looks to me as a close match.

    It is still available, now offered more pronounced.
    Ok everyone. Thanks a million for the help. I did scrounge up a used Horseman rail from fleaBay cheap enough, and it is the correct rail.

    This is one piece out of the way. I've identified my rail.

    I still have a few questions, so if someone has a fair degree of Horseman expenrience can you contact me please?
    Michael Batchelor
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