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It's as fast as you can think. It is quite the game changer in speed of both close, and distance target engagement.

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Okay, so being you're left-handed as well...does this thing swap sides or should we congratulate Them on making something completely no-ambidextrous?


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Do you have time behind one? This looks really interesting.
Yes I have. And to be honest, it was way more mind blowing than what I was prepared to experience. When I said "as fast as you can think" I wasn't exaggerating. Engaging a target at 35ft., then whack a steel plate at 240yrds without coming off the trigger - as fast as you can pull the trigger!! Trust me,,, this changes everything.
 

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Okay, so being you're left-handed as well...does this thing swap sides or should we congratulate Them on making something completely no-ambidextrous?


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Some things don't need to be dual modeled. Is there solid right handed and left handed screwdrivers?? Is there right handed scopes and left handed scopes? I hope you are seeing my point. But rest assured - they should be congratulated.
 
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Some things don't need to be dual modeled. Is there solid right handed and left handed screwdrivers?? Is there right handed scopes and left handed scopes? I hope you are seeing my point. But rest assured - they should be congratulated.
Perhaps it's not as protruding as the pics make it, it just appears to block the right hand side/ vision. Was just being a little sarcastic on the comment. It would be neat to see a little more pics?


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Perhaps it's not as protruding as the pics make it, it just appears to block the right hand side/ vision. Was just being a little sarcastic on the comment. It would be neat to see a little more pics?


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What's neat is to get behind it and use it. You'll be in awe. Seriously!
 

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Sounds REALLY interesting!

He hit the nail on the head saying it's like a magic trick. So amazing to use! This changes everything. I know what's going on about 6 different rifles I own. (and about the LCO part of it - here I thought a red dot is a red dot - talk about insert foot in mouth. This thing is so "open" and non-vision restrictive! The dot is..... well,,, so sweet! And you can make it so small and fine! I can now not have a big target covering dot but a fine aiming point if I choose. It's awesome. The package together is simply amazing!)
 

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Interesting.
 

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Felt a horse, real cream sticks... :eek:


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I returned the VCOG because of the warranty transfer issues and I didn't care for having to dial up the magnification. I have an ELCAN on the way once that VCOG gets there next week. I am very tempted to try this out instead! I need to sleep on this one.
 

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I already have an ELCAN that I'm very happy with, however I find this product to be very interesting in that it provides unlimited eye-relief for the 1x red dot but the red-dot doesn't sit way on top of another optic while the other portion of the optic provides extended magnification
 

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This thing looks awesome. I am very tempted. The only potential issue I see is what happens if you want to run this with night vision?
 

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This thing looks awesome. I am very tempted. The only potential issue I see is what happens if you want to run this with night vision?
Helmet mounted NV - no issue. Rifle mount NV runs through the LCO But remember, carbine platforms rarely have rifle mounted pounds NV. That for the long gun applications.
 
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