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make your own long range designator

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics' started by simon180399, Apr 29, 2012.

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    ive just been mooching on the net and found this site, it shows you how to make a superbright very long range (1000ft) laser designator for next to nothing.

    the main items used are cd burner and a lens.

    if you read all 13 pages it gives descriptions and info how to make with good photos to follow too.

    if you are a bit tech savvy and are contemplating making one im sure this will help.

    http://lucidscience.com/pro-laser night vision-1.aspx


    hth
    cheers simon
     

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