Looking in the keyhole

Just remembered. The Minimag is great for inspecting into key holes. Only
the filament bulbs, though. The LED conversion is useless. Can't see for
beans.
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Stormin Mormon
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I was at a doctor's office and checked out one of the scopes they use.Made by Welch. You could adjust the ammount of light, field of vision, and magnification.Can't remember which model, but it plugged into the wall to recharge. Cost-Im guessing 500.-600.
Later, goma
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goma865
They make "bore-O-Scopes" for safe guys. Yes, they are pricey. I went out on a drill one time, adn that scope was really neat. Made the opening so much easier.
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Stormin Mormon
'Harbor Freight' has a 'frugal model', if you can stand the diameter.. it is shown at the website in the catalog..
--Shiva--
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--Shiva--
A relative who is a rheumatism specialist wanted to buy one. The supplier was out of stock as a government security agency had bought some.
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Peter
I recently sent back a Pro-Lok model i ordered.The field of vision was way too small and the light all came back in your eyes-no way to adjust. I still have a small scope i bought from jc whitney for about 9.00-Nice little thing for small wafer locks , but not enough for 6 and 7 pin locks. Unfortunately , whitney quit selling them lickety split.
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goma865

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