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dr-joe:

My Mk18Mod1 with my TNV/PVS-14 and new DBAL-D2

The DBAL-D2 is an excellent laser/illuminator module. It features a slaved Class III variable output green visible laser and Class I (eye safe) fixed output infrared laser along with a powerful focusable, variable output infrared illuminator.

The module has a momentary power button (double tap for 5 min constant on), a high quality master on/off/mode selector, and a port for a supplied tape switch (also compatible with the Surefire dual tape switch for use with a light). Switching between modes with the weak hand thumb is easy. There is also a small green LED on the back of the unit to let the operator know when the lasers or illuminators are activated.

The housing is sturdy, well machined aluminum. All openings to the unit feature rubber O-ring seals and it is submersible to 66’. The laser and illuminator openings have strong, removable rubber protective covers. The top of the housing is tapped and milled for a Trijicon RMR for optional use as a stand alone sight. It’s a fairly heavy unit.

The green visible laser is slaved with the IR laser so that zeroing one zeroes both. The low setting on the green laser is very bright but not too bright for indoor use. The high green laser setting is easily visible to 100 yards (verified in my back yard).

I tested the IR features in my blacked out basement with my PVS-14’s. At ~50’ the IR laser was bright with some blooming. The IR laser/illuminator was together were very bright but the laser was easily visible, even with the illuminator beam focused. On the low setting the illuminator was a bit too bright for indoor use but still useable.

Overall I’m quite happy I chose the DBAL-D2 over its competitors. I’d highly recommend ordering the visible green laser model over the visible red one. Check out tnvc.com to see their other night vision products.

Within the month or so I’ll order a Surefire mini-scout weapon light with lens cover to place at the 3 o’clock, the dual tape switch for the 9 o’clock, and a SOCOM series flash hider for my ordered 556-RC suppressor. Once I have those mounted I’m going to rattle can the entire rifle in a multicam pattern. It’s almost done.

Sweet.

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My first car!

My first car!

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red-dirt-roads:

priceofliberty:

This was given to 6th graders at Milam elementary in Tupelo, MS. It is the 6th grade school. They were told to not speak about it outside of class and to not take it home. She snuck it home because she knew her parents would want to see it.
Common core strikes again.

Good grief.
Any veterans want to weigh in on benefits being received under the current administration versus the last one?

red-dirt-roads:

priceofliberty:

This was given to 6th graders at Milam elementary in Tupelo, MS. It is the 6th grade school. They were told to not speak about it outside of class and to not take it home. She snuck it home because she knew her parents would want to see it.

Common core strikes again.

Good grief.

Any veterans want to weigh in on benefits being received under the current administration versus the last one?

malformalady:

The coconut crab is the largest land crab in the world. It can grow up to 60cm from head to tail. They can be found in many islands in the Indian Ocean and in some islands in the Pacific Ocean. The tiny Christmas Island is the hangout for the largest remaining population of these gigantic crustaceans in the world. Like all true land crabs, the coconut crab spends most of its life on land. In fact, the only time it takes to the water is to lay their eggs, after mating took place on land.

Coconut Crab Mudcrab

malformalady:

The coconut crab is the largest land crab in the world. It can grow up to 60cm from head to tail. They can be found in many islands in the Indian Ocean and in some islands in the Pacific Ocean. The tiny Christmas Island is the hangout for the largest remaining population of these gigantic crustaceans in the world. Like all true land crabs, the coconut crab spends most of its life on land. In fact, the only time it takes to the water is to lay their eggs, after mating took place on land.

Coconut Crab Mudcrab

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ejacutastic:

well would you look at that

ejacutastic:

well would you look at that

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ultrafacts:

10 Things we will all miss from our childhood..

For more posts like this & facts follow Ultrafacts

I miss the time when all I cared about was this kind of stuff.

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japilagan:


Flash drive: Goat Simulator

japilagan:

Flash drive: Goat Simulator

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wingardium-liftiosa:

dancingonthegrave:

THIS IS THE MOST RELEVANT THING I’VE EVER SEEN ON THE INTERNET. EVER. 

Reblogging again because it’s more true now than it’s ever been.

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Embattled St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson says new Utah Attorney General John Swallow helped broker a deal in 2010 in which Johnson believed he was to pay Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid $600,000 to make a federal investigation into Johnson’s company go away.

But when the federal government filed a lawsuit Johnson thought he had paid to quash, he demanded Swallow return some of the $250,000 initial payment. Then, just days before the Nov. 6 election, Johnson engaged in a frenetic but unsuccessful effort to get Swallow to drop out of the race, saying information about what Johnson called a “bribe” would come out and force the Republican’s resignation if he became attorney general.

Johnson’s allegations come less than a week after Swallow took the oath of office. Federal agents have interviewed several Utahns about Johnson’s relationship with Swallow, among other issues, according to those interviewed. The FBI would not comment.

Johnson said he does not know if any of the money he paid in the deal actually reached anyone connected to Reid.

Reid’s office declined to comment, spokeswoman Kristen Orthman said Friday

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oh-haroo:

Follow me for more vertical nature!

oh-haroo:

Follow me for more vertical nature!

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stuff-that-irks-me:

thelogicofstupid:

Perspective. American determination.

Back then we took calculated risks and had a lot more scientists and engineers who wanted to solve problems rather than just get grant money and write papers as tenured professors. 

stuff-that-irks-me:

thelogicofstupid:

Perspective. American determination.

Back then we took calculated risks and had a lot more scientists and engineers who wanted to solve problems rather than just get grant money and write papers as tenured professors. 

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