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Old 06-10-2008, 12:08 AM
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ACI Indicator

Where can I find a vendor that has two of these in stock? Any help much appreciated. ;)
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Old 06-10-2008, 07:19 AM
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Try here.

aci-htm Sniper Tools

or here.

Angle Cosine Indicator

or here.

Tactical Ballisticards

Google is your friend.
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Mil Spec ACI's in stock 11 June 2008

We will have the Mil spec Version of the Angle cosine indicator in Stock on 11 June 2008.

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Could you explain the differences between the mil spec and standard differences?


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We will have the Mil spec Version of the Angle cosine indicator in Stock on 11 June 2008.

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Could you explain the differences between the mil spec and standard differences?
The only difference that I see, is that the standard is water resistant and the Mil Spec is waterproof.

I have the standard and it's tough.

$109 or $141 either or it's your call.
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The only difference that I see, is that the standard is water resistant and the Mil Spec is waterproof.

I have the standard and it's tough.

$109 or $141 either or it's your call.

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That's what I see as well. I'm just trying to figure out if that's worth the extra $. Would the standard model survive unscathed through a torrential downpour lasting for a couple of days? If there's a question that it would, I would probably spend the xtra $ for the mil spec.

There's also the question of what 'waterproof' means. There's many different definitions of that word in industry. I deal with those definitions in another pursuit and you want to be sure what you're getting and be aware of equipment limitations.
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I had 2 of them fail which they replaced both. I now have the sniper tools and the horus unit. The horus unit is uglier and bulkier but seems to be more bombproof.
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