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Posted: 2/12/2016 3:29:57 PM EDT
But fun

I don't use them a lot but it is interesting. Its hard to fight the habit of tying to get down on the rifle and look through the optic

Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:32:30 PM EDT



now go hog hunting...
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:34:35 PM EDT
Shooting isn't bad, it's patrolling with NODs that sucks. Is that a stump or a sarlacc pit? Only one way to find out......
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:35:50 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By BURN:



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Im still waiting for them to populate my AO

I would love to do that heligunner shit down in TX though
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:37:58 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By portablegorilla:
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My jarm is being wonky lately. I got finished shooting this shit. Im like a mile into these woods. Its 25 degrees. Dark as shit. NOD wont turn on

I mess with it a bit, still no worky. Figured battery had died. I walk out in complete darkness hearing coyotes all over the place

Get to the car, she turns on.... The magnets in the jarm are going bad or something. Im going to have to disable the auto off feature
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:38:15 PM EDT
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:38:54 PM EDT
It's all fun and games until someone shines a 200+ lumen flashlight at your face.
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Do you even IZLID, bro?

Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:41:04 PM EDT
Seeing in the dark is bad ass.
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Originally Posted By OriginalUser:
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Then the autogating kicks in.  

Nothing happens except my NODs dims automatically.
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Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.
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Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.
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Do you even IZLID, bro?

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Originally Posted By OriginalUser:
It's all fun and games until someone shines a 200+ lumen flashlight at your face.


Do you even IZLID, bro?


That shit completely ruins the NOD tube and blinds the eye that wasn't covered by the NOD.
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:42:33 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By lilMAC25:

Then the autogating kicks in.  

Nothing happens except my NODs dims automatically.
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Originally Posted By OriginalUser:
It's all fun and games until someone shines a 200+ lumen flashlight at your face.

Then the autogating kicks in.  

Nothing happens except my NODs dims automatically.



Yup

Youll start hearing a whine and that's about it.

Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:43:56 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By chase45:


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.
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Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.


Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.

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Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.

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Originally Posted By USPcompact:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.


Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.





Its funny because I thought the same damn thing when I got close to them. Ive only seen does and small bucks out there however.

If it charges me I can shoot it right?
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Takes some getting used to but after you do its easy and awesome.

Thats why When the US Army developed and fielded third-gen night vision devices in the 1980s, it adopted the slogan "We own the night."
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:48:21 PM EDT
Should be able to do this from the low ready or even under the arm

Dont try putting the rifle up to your head unless you got PVS 14s over the opposite eye - Def wacked my rifle into 7 Bravos alot and have even caused them to turn off in the middle of some shit
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 3:48:47 PM EDT
i had one stalking me the other morning. must have thought I was Mom.  I had an SBR, no round in the chamber and this set of glowing eyes was running at me from around 75Y or so.  My only thought was  that it was something rabid (coyote, chupacabre, etc) how loud it was going to be (did not have suppressor with me) and wake up all the surrounding property owners.  this was like 5am or so.

luckily it was just Bambi, when I made a noise it turned around and ran off.  got the heart rate up for me
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Originally Posted By skytrooper01:
Should be able to do this from the low ready or even under the arm

Dont try putting the rifle up to your head unless you got PVS 14s over the opposite eye - Def wacked my rifle into 7 Bravos alot and have even caused them to turn off in the middle of some shit
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Yup I shoulder the rifle just to get stability and have recoil management. But head stays off the rifle. Ive caught myself at times trying to get a cheek weld with NODs though just out of habit

I just don't have enough time on them to be really proficient.
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Originally Posted By Aeain:
Takes some getting used to but after you do its easy and awesome.

Thats why When the US Army developed and fielded third-gen night vision devices in the 1980s, it adopted the slogan "We own the night."
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Its a absolute game changer.

I mean you can whack bad dudes up to a couple hundred yards in complete darkness.

Whats not to love about that
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Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.

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Originally Posted By USPcompact:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.


Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.





'I swear, officer, honest mistake - he started charging me and I had to shoot him'
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'I swear, officer, honest mistake - he started charging me and I had to shoot him'
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Originally Posted By USPcompact:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.


Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.





'I swear, officer, honest mistake - he started charging me and I had to shoot him'

If that would be the best chance to say, "he was making a move; I had to get it on," then I don't want to be on this planet anymore.
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Originally Posted By chase45:


Yup I shoulder the rifle just to get stability and have recoil management. But head stays off the rifle. Ive caught myself at times trying to get a cheek weld with NODs though just out of habit

I just don't have enough time on them to be really proficient.
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Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By skytrooper01:
Should be able to do this from the low ready or even under the arm

Dont try putting the rifle up to your head unless you got PVS 14s over the opposite eye - Def wacked my rifle into 7 Bravos alot and have even caused them to turn off in the middle of some shit


Yup I shoulder the rifle just to get stability and have recoil management. But head stays off the rifle. Ive caught myself at times trying to get a cheek weld with NODs though just out of habit

I just don't have enough time on them to be really proficient.


A zeroed laser is a great thing (guilty)

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Originally Posted By chase45:


Its a absolute game changer.

I mean you can whack bad dudes up to a couple hundred yards in complete darkness.

Whats not to love about that
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Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Takes some getting used to but after you do its easy and awesome.

Thats why When the US Army developed and fielded third-gen night vision devices in the 1980s, it adopted the slogan "We own the night."


Its a absolute game changer.

I mean you can whack bad dudes up to a couple hundred yards in complete darkness.

Whats not to love about that


It's hard not to acutely realize the significant advantages as you walk around the woods at night with no lights on.
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:

If that would be the best chance to say, "he was making a move; I had to get it on," then I don't want to be on this planet anymore.
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:
Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:
Originally Posted By USPcompact:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.


Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.





'I swear, officer, honest mistake - he started charging me and I had to shoot him'

If that would be the best chance to say, "he was making a move; I had to get it on," then I don't want to be on this planet anymore.


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Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:




'I swear, officer, honest mistake - he started charging me and I had to shoot him'
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Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:
Originally Posted By USPcompact:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.


Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.





'I swear, officer, honest mistake - he started charging me and I had to shoot him'




I swear sir I got it on film.

I think the DNR guys may have a problem with that though
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:

If that would be the best chance to say, "he was making a move; I had to get it on," then I don't want to be on this planet anymore.
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:
Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:
Originally Posted By USPcompact:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By jondelong:
it is refreshing and fun.  take your RDS or whatever you use and enjoy the freedom.  i stalk the deer around here.  they think they can just duck down in the grass and won't be seen.  I can sometimes get up to about 20-25y with a green dot on their forehead before they get spooked and run off.


Oh man its crazy how close Ive gotten to a few deer at night with NODs

They are not the brightest creatures.


Can't say I'm much brighter - I walked up on a buck one night and got to within about 30 feet before thinking that might not be a great idea for me if he decided to attack whatever it was that was walking up to him.





'I swear, officer, honest mistake - he started charging me and I had to shoot him'

If that would be the best chance to say, "he was making a move; I had to get it on," then I don't want to be on this planet anymore.


That's one great thing about living in BFE - I'm pretty certain that would get an "Eh, sounds reasonable” from the local constabulary.  



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Originally Posted By portablegorilla:
Shooting isn't bad, it's patrolling with NODs that sucks. Is that a stump or a sarlacc pit? Only one way to find out......
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And the way to find out involves neither tripping nor getting eaten.




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Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:


It's hard not to acutely realize the significant advantages as you walk around the woods at night with no lights on.
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Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Takes some getting used to but after you do its easy and awesome.

Thats why When the US Army developed and fielded third-gen night vision devices in the 1980s, it adopted the slogan "We own the night."


Its a absolute game changer.

I mean you can whack bad dudes up to a couple hundred yards in complete darkness.

Whats not to love about that


It's hard not to acutely realize the significant advantages as you walk around the woods at night with no lights on.


Yup.

Ive ran into a guy doing something shady out there one night. He was running down the path seen in the video for some reason. I hunkered down. He got within 10 yards of me and I figured he saw me so I say "Hey man stop"




Holy fuck I think that guy about pissed his pants. He never saw me at all. I flipped up the NODs and turned on the rifle light so we could see each other. I asked him what he was doing out there so late and he stuttered around and said he got a truck hung up down there or something or another. Vehichles aren't allowed or easily gotten back there so who knows. I told him Id go my way and he go his.

I would have loved to hear him tell his side of that story to his buddies
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Originally Posted By chase45:


Yup.

Ive ran into a guy doing something shady out there one night. He was running down the path seen in the video for some reason. I hunkered down. He got within 10 yards of me and I figured he saw me so I say "Hey man stop"




Holy fuck I think that guy about pissed his pants. He never saw me at all. I flipped up the NODs and turned on the rifle light so we could see each other. I asked him what he was doing out there so late and he stuttered around and said he got a truck hung up down there or something or another. Vehichles aren't allowed or easily gotten back there so who knows. I told him Id go my way and he go his.

I would have loved to hear him tell his side of that story to his buddies
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Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Takes some getting used to but after you do its easy and awesome.

Thats why When the US Army developed and fielded third-gen night vision devices in the 1980s, it adopted the slogan "We own the night."


Its a absolute game changer.

I mean you can whack bad dudes up to a couple hundred yards in complete darkness.

Whats not to love about that


It's hard not to acutely realize the significant advantages as you walk around the woods at night with no lights on.


Yup.

Ive ran into a guy doing something shady out there one night. He was running down the path seen in the video for some reason. I hunkered down. He got within 10 yards of me and I figured he saw me so I say "Hey man stop"




Holy fuck I think that guy about pissed his pants. He never saw me at all. I flipped up the NODs and turned on the rifle light so we could see each other. I asked him what he was doing out there so late and he stuttered around and said he got a truck hung up down there or something or another. Vehichles aren't allowed or easily gotten back there so who knows. I told him Id go my way and he go his.

I would have loved to hear him tell his side of that story to his buddies


No shit there I was

...
...


And I swear to go this guy just pops out of no where telling me to stop, he had a rifle, and a helmet and he must of been like a Navy SEAL or something
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Originally Posted By chase45:


Yup.

Ive ran into a guy doing something shady out there one night. He was running down the path seen in the video for some reason. I hunkered down. He got within 10 yards of me and I figured he saw me so I say "Hey man stop"




Holy fuck I think that guy about pissed his pants. He never saw me at all. I flipped up the NODs and turned on the rifle light so we could see each other. I asked him what he was doing out there so late and he stuttered around and said he got a truck hung up down there or something or another. Vehichles aren't allowed or easily gotten back there so who knows. I told him Id go my way and he go his.

I would have loved to hear him tell his side of that story to his buddies
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Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Takes some getting used to but after you do its easy and awesome.

Thats why When the US Army developed and fielded third-gen night vision devices in the 1980s, it adopted the slogan "We own the night."


Its a absolute game changer.

I mean you can whack bad dudes up to a couple hundred yards in complete darkness.

Whats not to love about that


It's hard not to acutely realize the significant advantages as you walk around the woods at night with no lights on.


Yup.

Ive ran into a guy doing something shady out there one night. He was running down the path seen in the video for some reason. I hunkered down. He got within 10 yards of me and I figured he saw me so I say "Hey man stop"




Holy fuck I think that guy about pissed his pants. He never saw me at all. I flipped up the NODs and turned on the rifle light so we could see each other. I asked him what he was doing out there so late and he stuttered around and said he got a truck hung up down there or something or another. Vehichles aren't allowed or easily gotten back there so who knows. I told him Id go my way and he go his.

I would have loved to hear him tell his side of that story to his buddies


LOL

There have been several occasions when bumps in the night have prompted be to throw on my helmet and go traipsing around in my woods.
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No shit there I was

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And I swear to go this guy just pops out of no where telling me to stop, he had a rifle, and a helmet and he must of been like a Navy SEAL or something
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Oh god man Id pay good money to hear that story. I honestly wonder if he had some pot plants back there some place.

I live in bum fucked no where so I guarantee everyone thought this guy was making the shit up. That forest reserve is not well known in this area either.

I saw him coming so far off too. Dude would run for a bit. Stop, check his phone, run some more, check phone again
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Originally Posted By chase45:


Yup.

Ive ran into a guy doing something shady out there one night. He was running down the path seen in the video for some reason. I hunkered down. He got within 10 yards of me and I figured he saw me so I say "Hey man stop"




Holy fuck I think that guy about pissed his pants. He never saw me at all. I flipped up the NODs and turned on the rifle light so we could see each other. I asked him what he was doing out there so late and he stuttered around and said he got a truck hung up down there or something or another. Vehichles aren't allowed or easily gotten back there so who knows. I told him Id go my way and he go his.

I would have loved to hear him tell his side of that story to his buddies
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Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:
Originally Posted By chase45:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Takes some getting used to but after you do its easy and awesome.

Thats why When the US Army developed and fielded third-gen night vision devices in the 1980s, it adopted the slogan "We own the night."


Its a absolute game changer.

I mean you can whack bad dudes up to a couple hundred yards in complete darkness.

Whats not to love about that


It's hard not to acutely realize the significant advantages as you walk around the woods at night with no lights on.


Yup.

Ive ran into a guy doing something shady out there one night. He was running down the path seen in the video for some reason. I hunkered down. He got within 10 yards of me and I figured he saw me so I say "Hey man stop"




Holy fuck I think that guy about pissed his pants. He never saw me at all. I flipped up the NODs and turned on the rifle light so we could see each other. I asked him what he was doing out there so late and he stuttered around and said he got a truck hung up down there or something or another. Vehichles aren't allowed or easily gotten back there so who knows. I told him Id go my way and he go his.

I would have loved to hear him tell his side of that story to his buddies


Ha-ha.
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And the way to find out involves neither tripping nor getting eaten.


http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e78/trurolla_05/12432556_10153270628420869_394170258_o.jpg

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Originally Posted By portablegorilla:
Shooting isn't bad, it's patrolling with NODs that sucks. Is that a stump or a sarlacc pit? Only one way to find out......


And the way to find out involves neither tripping nor getting eaten.


http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e78/trurolla_05/12432556_10153270628420869_394170258_o.jpg



The NOD 1%.



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If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?
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The NOD 1%.



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Originally Posted By Doc_Hurley:
Originally Posted By portablegorilla:
Shooting isn't bad, it's patrolling with NODs that sucks. Is that a stump or a sarlacc pit? Only one way to find out......


And the way to find out involves neither tripping nor getting eaten.


http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e78/trurolla_05/12432556_10153270628420869_394170258_o.jpg



The NOD 1%.





I need a kickstarter campaign to fix my low-light depth perception reduction syndrome.
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If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?
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Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?
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Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?
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If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?


Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?


Off to google all of that. We are living in a technological age of awesome.
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:26:10 PM EDT
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Off to google all of that. We are living in a technological age of awesome.
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Originally Posted By Aeain:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?


Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?


Off to google all of that. We are living in a technological age of awesome.

Prepare for your mind to be blown.

By the time I am dead we will have technology available to humans that will make Predator look like Gizmo from Gremlins.
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:27:04 PM EDT
You should try it in an S1010b flight suit.

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Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:28:17 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:

Prepare for your mind to be blown.

By the time I am dead we will have technology available to humans that will make Predator look like Gizmo from Gremlins.
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?


Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?


Off to google all of that. We are living in a technological age of awesome.

Prepare for your mind to be blown.

By the time I am dead we will have technology available to humans that will make Predator look like Gizmo from Gremlins.


What's that saying? Any technology far enough advanced would appear as magic????

Take some NOD's back to the 1600's and you would be burned at the stake.
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:28:56 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:

Prepare for your mind to be blown.

By the time I am dead we will have technology available to humans that will make Predator look like Gizmo from Gremlins.
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?


Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?


Off to google all of that. We are living in a technological age of awesome.

Prepare for your mind to be blown.

By the time I am dead we will have technology available to humans that will make Predator look like Gizmo from Gremlins.


Group buy?

Ill post videos for you guys if you let me keep it
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:36:04 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Caygee:


What's that saying? Any technology far enough advanced would appear as magic????

Take some NOD's back to the 1600's and you would be burned at the stake.
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?


Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?


Off to google all of that. We are living in a technological age of awesome.

Prepare for your mind to be blown.

By the time I am dead we will have technology available to humans that will make Predator look like Gizmo from Gremlins.


What's that saying? Any technology far enough advanced would appear as magic????

Take some NOD's back to the 1600's and you would be burned at the stake.


Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:36:24 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Caygee:


What's that saying? Any technology far enough advanced would appear as magic????

Take some NOD's back to the 1600's and you would be burned at the stake.
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Originally Posted By Bedouin2W:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
Originally Posted By Aeain:
Originally Posted By Caygee:
If you had an nvg on one eye and thermal on the other eye would your brain overlay both images?

Would it be an advantage?

Would site sponser TNVC sell it for 11dy12billion dollars?


Why do that when you can get a Fusion Device or a COTI?


Off to google all of that. We are living in a technological age of awesome.

Prepare for your mind to be blown.

By the time I am dead we will have technology available to humans that will make Predator look like Gizmo from Gremlins.


What's that saying? Any technology far enough advanced would appear as magic????

Take some NOD's back to the 1600's and you would be burned at the stake.

When my paternal grandfather was in Korea, a COTI would have been magic.  Extrapolate the speed and direction of technology development and our grandkids will be laughing at some silly jungle monster killing the former Governor of Minnesota in the movies.
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:39:12 PM EDT
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When my paternal grandfather was in Korea, a COTI would have been magic.  Extrapolate the speed and direction of technology development and our grandkids will be laughing at some silly jungle monster killing the former Governor of Minnesota in the movies.
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Give it a bit more time and price dropping and these will be the next "OMFG we need to ban them for the children" type item.

Look at all the cool new shit, GOV/MIL/LEO only
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:39:47 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By RocketmanOU:


I need a kickstarter campaign to fix my low-light depth perception reduction syndrome.
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Shooting isn't bad, it's patrolling with NODs that sucks. Is that a stump or a sarlacc pit? Only one way to find out......


And the way to find out involves neither tripping nor getting eaten.


http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e78/trurolla_05/12432556_10153270628420869_394170258_o.jpg



The NOD 1%.





I need a kickstarter campaign to fix my low-light depth perception reduction syndrome.




After using my thermal a bunch I'm holding out for an FGS.






Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:41:47 PM EDT
It's even more fun doing it in a shoot house !
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:47:48 PM EDT
I've used a device like this a few times. Its pretty cool.

Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:48:39 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By burkeva:
It's even more fun doing it in a shoot house !
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I agree.
Link Posted: 2/12/2016 4:48:47 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Aeain:
I've used a device like this a few times. Its pretty cool.

https://tnvc.com/shop/images/87005/DSNVG_6-1.jpg/
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Want

Want

Wait....

Need

Oh... Gov/LEO/MIL only
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