Even though sitting on the back of my truck drinking coffee 1 morning, it occurred to me I hadn’t ever genuinely attempted the Bushnell LRF in the fog. It didn’t go good at initial. But I assume I identified a fog setting which helped.
Also…the fog lifted some by the time I got it squared away. So these pics do not genuinely do the scene justice. Nevertheless do not dismiss even this light stuff.
At 300 yards, this level of obscurity can be substantial for the human eye. It is all a tradeoff. Sure…Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center has some type of LRF that burns via fog and burns off enemy eyebrows!
But what sensible use is that if the user cannot see what he’s attempting to laze to commence with? In the end never ever pass up an chance to test your gear in uncommon situations. You just may understand a thing?
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