Are you sure about this? I have not noticed this as being the case on my CED M2. Also, for those recommending the IR kit for the fix it all, it will not work well on bright sunny days. I had more errors with it on sunny days than I care to admit. However, I still think the CED is the best deal going that available today....Unless you want to spring for a PVM-21.
I never got to test the IR kit but I am sure about the five shot groups for SD. Perhaps there is a way to program this to 3 shots? The one I used may have been pre-set for 5 shot only.
You're right about the CED M2. For the older model, they sell custom mounting brackets for 4 ft, 6 ft, and 8 ft long. These can not be used with the M2. You would need 2 tripods for the 6 ft and 3 tripods for the 8 ft. It seems like they do not deem it necessary with the CED M2.
I hear a lot of folks having problems with readings, I think we need to slow down and read all the recommendations for setting it up in the different lighting conditions. I don't have any problems with mine and that's the older model, nor my hunting buddy with his; the newer M2 is even better.
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Eaglet, you are spot on. While at the range one day some guys were having trouble getting good readings with a CED with the infa red sky screens. I looked at thier set up and told them that they had one screen in the light and one in the shadows. One of them siad " I have the infa red screens". I said yea but they need to be in the same light, both in the shade or both in the light.
Finaly they corrected the bad set up and no problems after that.
range it,check the wind, dial in correction, aim and only one shot