I found a long-forgotten scope in my shop on the ship. It’s the shop for refrigeration work and there’s NO reason a scope needs to be there. It was on the deck, in a back corner behind a bench and some weird accesses, coated in a film of oil vapors from the engine room. Short version: this thing is totally forgotten about and unnecessary. Nobody knows how to use it (including me), so I’m thinking about asking the chief if I can take it home, since it’s old and the ship will be scrapped in May anyway. It’s a Hameg HM303-4. I’ve been watching some videos, and it seems pretty cool. Would it work for a general bench scope for fixing/tuning amps? It doesn’t have any leads, and I don’t have an IEC cable yet to even see if it powers up. It’s German made, so at one point, it probably wasn’t junk, but I don’t know about now. Hearing from Don how useful they are, I’d love to grab one and learn to use it, and free is a pretty good price. Any thoughts?