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    So what? That's not new. I have one of these: Scopes - rifle scopes, handgun scopes, hunting scopes by Burris Optics Did I miss something?
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    Is that REALLY the guy that Trijicon sent to SHOT to represent their company? The dork who wears full sleeves becuase.. well, he's a dork, so he needs something to make him look cool. Guy has a hard time getting out a sentence wearing some raggedy t-shirt, trying to debut a product which probably took millions of dollars in research investment.. **** dude, I need to get back in the private sector.

    1) Its neat

    2) Its HUGE

    3) Electronic ballistic solution reticles have been around a while, intersting they finally made one small enough to fit onto a small arm, but question is whather or not its cost effective, or even practical, to put it on top of a weapon. And then when it breaks, do you now have a corps of soldiers who have no idea how to shoo without it? Technology is great, till it fails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtStrykerUSMC43 View Post
    Meh.

    Until they squish a nuclear reactor into it so it doesn't run on batteries, it's not that advanced.

    Yep, I set the bar pretty high...

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    that's what it needs... Mr. Fusion!

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    Yes, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyGlockMan View Post
    that's what it needs... Mr. Fusion!

    Wouldn't you have to mount it on a Delorean with that.....hmmm.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingZephyr View Post
    So what? That's not new. I have one of these: Scopes - rifle scopes, handgun scopes, hunting scopes by Burris Optics Did I miss something?
    Wow. I saw that and wondered how well it works. Have you mounted it on a 17? If yes, how far can you reach with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldCrow View Post
    Looks like an old school video recorder. I wonder how the rifle handles with it installed. Pretty cool function though...
    Because that camera is so heavy on our rifle, there is absolute no kick on the rifle making it easier for the shooter to make his shots!

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    Hmm not a lot of talk about BLRF errors (what if you get a bad laze) margin of error - For you guys that have never used a BLRF (ballistic laser range finder) shooting downhill requires less holdover than a flat shot at the same line-of-sight distance. Is this unit intuitive? i.e that uphill shots also require less holdover. Bullet drop (and thus, the proper holdover to correct for it) depends on the corrected horizontal distance to the target, instead of the line-of-sight distance...let the military field a few of these and work all the kinks out for us since it MIL/LEO restricted - and when they get the size down I'll look at it again

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    Quote Originally Posted by bayonet14 View Post
    Hmm not a lot of talk about BLRF errors (what if you get a bad laze) margin of error - For you guys that have never used a BLRF (ballistic laser range finder) shooting downhill requires less holdover than a flat shot at the same line-of-sight distance. Is this unit intuitive? i.e that uphill shots also require less holdover. Bullet drop (and thus, the proper holdover to correct for it) depends on the corrected horizontal distance to the target, instead of the line-of-sight distance...let the military field a few of these and work all the kinks out for us since it MIL/LEO restricted - and when they get the size down I'll look at it again
    I'd be pretty surprised if this unit doesn't have an angle sensor and proper ballistics calculations for both uphill and downhill shots.

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