Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by Ziad » 11 Sep 2019, 2:45 pm

I normally don't but ill add too, bigpete. $20 from me as well
Blame it on the phone auto correct
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by Stix » 11 Sep 2019, 3:13 pm

knowsnothin wrote:sharks !
lasers !
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LASER SHARKS !!!!

:lol: :lol: :lol: LMFAO...!!!... :drinks:
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by Stix » 11 Sep 2019, 3:17 pm

bigpete wrote:
Stix wrote:Im happy to be a guinea pig...for scientific ressons ofvourse...& for you guys...

Yea...ill take one for the team...

Send me one & ill be sure & give 35 hours of extensive indepth & unbiased testing in the first month...
And...!!...ill continue that testing & reporting for the entire extent of the units useful working life... :D


I've heard you love taking one from the team....oops,I mean for the team...

Yea you bloody wish...!!!

Ive seen the state of your hair in pics after you crawl out of the bushes with some fur...
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by Stix » 11 Sep 2019, 3:19 pm

TassieTiger wrote:Omfg is right - yep, we are all dumb. Lol. What happened to your other - better than here forum?

You come on here pushing your opinion as if your a God, kick anyone anyone who replies in difference...and well..,Stix had it 100% right all along.
Your either a troll, someone who is pushing an angle for laser gear maybe or a true - in every sense of the word - narcissist. You must be An absolute joy at BBQS lol.

How much is a ticket back to US? I’ll throw in...

Hey...!!...dont bring me into this...!!!..
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by bigpete » 11 Sep 2019, 3:20 pm

Stix wrote:
bigpete wrote:
Stix wrote:Im happy to be a guinea pig...for scientific ressons ofvourse...& for you guys...

Yea...ill take one for the team...

Send me one & ill be sure & give 35 hours of extensive indepth & unbiased testing in the first month...
And...!!...ill continue that testing & reporting for the entire extent of the units useful working life... :D


I've heard you love taking one from the team....oops,I mean for the team...

Yea you bloody wish...!!!

Ive seen the state of your hair in pics after you crawl out of the bushes with some fur...


Yeah...but....have you seen the state of the fur.....;)
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by ramshackle » 11 Sep 2019, 3:47 pm

Groan, what a bunch of macho dummies, as bad as the UK lot; no worse. Must be a firearms thing, the way guns attract dipshirts worldwide.

Lesson learned. Won't try to help, educate or communicate here again.

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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by TassieTiger » 11 Sep 2019, 4:20 pm

So you’ve deemed the entire UK shooting community a bunch on wankers, the entire Oz enough gun forum shooting community as stupid dummies...the world of firearms must attract dipshirts...?
Wats the common denominator with all of this?? Your so much smarter shouldn’t take you long...

My guess is, your very young, probably not old enough to hold a licence yet but you’ve googled a couple things and now you think your an expert...the jokes on us really, for not picking it up sooner...say hi to your mum for me.
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by ramshackle » 11 Sep 2019, 5:02 pm

TassieTiger wrote:So you’ve deemed the entire UK shooting community a bunch on wankers, the entire Oz enough gun forum shooting community as stupid dummies...the world of firearms must attract dipshirts...?


Last post.

No, not the "entire" community, but enough low wattage members to make the forums icky. You know, the big swinging dicks, the bullies, the microcephalics, the usual testosterone crowd.

My guess is, your very young, probably not old enough to hold a licence yet but you’ve googled a couple things and now you think your an expert...the jokes on us really, for not picking it up sooner...say hi to your mum for me.


Aged over 60, medical career, middle aged kids with professional careers. My mistake was to expect value from this forum, and intelligent conversation. I get it from other forums, including my own. Here? Nah.

Again, bye.
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by xDom » 11 Sep 2019, 5:17 pm

What an absolute w@nker.
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by bigpete » 11 Sep 2019, 5:44 pm

xDom wrote:What an absolute w@nker.


Seconded.
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by TassieTiger » 11 Sep 2019, 6:43 pm

ramshackle wrote:
TassieTiger wrote:So you’ve deemed the entire UK shooting community a bunch on wankers, the entire Oz enough gun forum shooting community as stupid dummies...the world of firearms must attract dipshirts...?


Last post.

No, not the "entire" community, but enough low wattage members to make the forums icky. You know, the big swinging dicks, the bullies, the microcephalics, the usual testosterone crowd.

My guess is, your very young, probably not old enough to hold a licence yet but you’ve googled a couple things and now you think your an expert...the jokes on us really, for not picking it up sooner...say hi to your mum for me.


Aged over 60, medical career, middle aged kids with professional careers. My mistake was to expect value from this forum, and intelligent conversation. I get it from other forums, including my own. Here? Nah.

Again, bye.


Well you won’t see this but others will...who knows, maybe a member of your personal forum might join here one day...

The fact that you chose to clarify your age etc, says sarcasm is completely lost on you - it was a hook statement to see how big a bite...Ozzie’s are taught this in year 3 and world renown for it.

You said you expected value from this forum? But you didn’t...you expected to TELL people stuff and have them agree with you...then throw tantrums when ppl disagreed...that’s not getting anything from anyone. That’s well...a bit weird tbh.
You must have contributed 100 posts on lasers, including a run away thread on kid type warnings and glasses...(contributed might not be the word? Well telling ppl about stuff that’s freely available to anyone who might want to research if they specifically wanted to anyway) - yet I didn’t see a single “pertinent” firearm query bar a barrel coating question that was similarly - very strange...did you even have any firearms...or was shackle too big of a personality to let Ram get clearance from the board ? Ps - this is a lol!

That conundrum your now feeling? The one that’s telling Mr shackle to get back on here and blast away back - but oooohhhh bugger, mr Ram said it was his last post several times now...so to do so would look foolish...bugger. To do, to do. Lol.
It’s been entertaining.
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by Stix » 11 Sep 2019, 7:22 pm

ramshackle wrote:
TassieTiger wrote:So you’ve deemed the entire UK shooting community a bunch on wankers, the entire Oz enough gun forum shooting community as stupid dummies...the world of firearms must attract dipshirts...?


Last post.

No, not the "entire" community, but enough low wattage members to make the forums icky. You know, the big swinging dicks, the bullies, the microcephalics, the usual testosterone crowd.
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Again, bye.

Ramshackle...
Its interesting you use the terms above...

My first reply to you was simply pulling you up on your patronising stab at CZ, with you claiming they hadnt answered your question, when infact they had--& that it was you who subtly placed a new set of perameters to your query.

Whilst i came straight out & questioned you, i did it politely, & straight to the point.

You immediately stabbed back at me, attempted to belittle me --effectively acting out exactly what you accuse others (me) of above...bullying, dick swinging bla bla bla...
Ofcourse we cant see that now because someone taddletailed...sorry...but just like a spoilt little brat...!!

You obviously dont like being challenged...& thats ok...we all say stupid stuff & feel like a dik sometimes...some more than others...but we have to take it on the chin sometimes...& not dictate to others what we "think" it would or should be like...

Research & disscussion is one thing...but yoir thread seems to have an alarmist GCA tone to it...

We're all keen on our own & childrens safety, but that doesnt mean xDom is a twat because he doesnt wear a space suit to shoot a rabbit at night.....
He's a twat cos he missed 2 easy shots last night... :lol: ( :thumbsup: :drinks: )...

Just relax...
Its ok for you to wear glasses with your pard... :thumbsup: we'd love to see a pic, & yes we'd laugh...but who goves a fuk if you're happy being so safe...

But if you're new to shooting...id suggest getting hold of a rifle & cracking some rounds out, & buy a spotlight & pop some bunnies...shoot your first fox...cook up the bunnies...share the recipe &/or the experience...
Then get a pard...
Then tell us if your blind 3 hunts later...

Enjoy... :drinks:
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by Stix » 11 Sep 2019, 7:38 pm

bigpete wrote:
Stix wrote:
bigpete wrote:
Stix wrote:Im happy to be a guinea pig...for scientific ressons ofvourse...& for you guys...

Yea...ill take one for the team...

Send me one & ill be sure & give 35 hours of extensive indepth & unbiased testing in the first month...
And...!!...ill continue that testing & reporting for the entire extent of the units useful working life... :D


I've heard you love taking one from the team....oops,I mean for the team...

Yea you bloody wish...!!!

Ive seen the state of your hair in pics after you crawl out of the bushes with some fur...


Yeah...but....have you seen the state of the fur.....;)

Yes...which leads one to believe you're not just there for the hunt'n... :?
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by Strikey » 11 Sep 2019, 8:35 pm

ramshackle wrote:I may buy one. I have no kids at home anymore and I may also buy proper laser safety glasses to go with it (must be made to exclude 850 nm range beams).

Image

I could perhaps get away without the glasses if I take proper precautions .... :geek:


Can someone tell me if these are Bobox coated???

Asking for a friend :lol: :lol:
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by grandadbushy » 11 Sep 2019, 10:55 pm

AAAAHHH ,Geez ramshackle you poor misguided little individual I've sat idle until I read the ( OMFG are all aussies this dumb ) so here goes mate the insulting remarks you have thrown around on this post are nothing short of stupid so I wouldn't start asking if aussies are dumb until you gain some stable common sense yourself and not take everything to heart this forum is for everyone not only you have your say and if things go pear shaped then take a step back and settle down don't start taking stupid shots at members if they don't agree with your opinion also don't blame the forum either I to once had a moment where I thought about leaving the forum but didn't and now i'm glad I didn't because I would have been the one missing out ie the knowledge on here , friends you meet and the help people on here give for free there is a wealth of things to be learnt from people on this forum but don't come on here and demand to be heard or force your opinion on others because there are some very intelligent people on here and they will size you up in an instant and you will be pulled to account on facts alone and i'm sorry you have a dim view of Australians but that's your problem it's a free country and you can leave at any time if you so wish :clap: cheers :thumbsup:
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by bigpete » 12 Sep 2019, 6:00 am

Christ....don't stop him mate....
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by grandadbushy » 12 Sep 2019, 6:59 am

Sorry bigpete but it was the whining mate :D the boys tried so bravely to set him right but nah he was like a tin of Berger paint he just kept on keeping on :roll: come to think of it it was slightly entertaining although I wonder if he hit his intended mark whatever that was ie Sales pitch or just to bad mouth another company :lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbsup:
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Re: Laser Safety — the dangers of Night Vision shooting

Post by bigpete » 12 Sep 2019, 10:28 am

It did seem he had it in for Pard,or anything Chinese....
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