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    Warnlaser 80mW Tiger Series Review

    Well maybe the button will be better then the nova, I've heard that the x series flaws their button design for some, as they've came off, or broke off or something. My x-75 button is now flush with the housing but still works great only you have to press enough for a little bit of your finger to...
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    Jacks the man ---- optotronics 473 purchase

    Hey man, a laser addiction is not bad, well not as evil as others. I mean, it doesn't make you go do a whole bunch of stupid shit like crystal meth or alcohol does now does it? [smiley=engel017.gif] [smiley=engel017.gif]
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    Jacks the man ---- optotronics 473 purchase

    Re: Jacks the man I miss my RPL blue.  :'( PS click on my signature to see my old ass review.
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    New Movie's 532nm pointer scene

    I don't know, I mean this movie is about adults using this laser as I remember my "friends" did when they asked to "see" my 650nm 5mW when I was in 7th grade, 15 years ago. Anyway, I was quick to learn responsibility with laser at a young age because of all the trouble I got in by letting my...
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    New Movie's 532nm pointer scene

    Observe and Report. I saw this movie's trailer on a Nitflix video yesterday which involved the actor to use what appears to be a 5mW green laser to create comedy by pointing around in public, at chicks ass's and stuff. Couldn't find the scene in any youtube videos though. Oh well. :-X
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    Jacks the man ---- optotronics 473 purchase

    Re: Jacks the man The first step, is admitting that you have a problem.
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    6X GGW-H20L at 300ma

    go 400mA [smiley=evil.gif]
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    Laser Fines

    "The laser pointers that were being sold are usually used by medical professionals or astronomers. "They can pose a risk to low-flying aircraft and there have been cases where people have thought it’s a whizz to try to bring down a police helicopter. "These pointers can temporarily blind a...
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    2000 USD to buy a laser that can blast through

    Looks like my knowledge was out dated! :P That would be some cool stuff to watch!
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    Blue Laserdiodes wil be cheap soon!

    Patience. We may not ever see high powered blue diodes because the blu-ray being a shorter wavelength is superior for data storage. But this is the start, wait till high powered laser projectors are readily available... But I don't see any diode not used for data storage being considerably...
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    2000 USD to buy a laser that can blast through

    ;D I'm glad you didn't misunderstand me! Only, I did watch that whole clip!  That's why I said what I said anyway! 3/4" Stainless steel huh, that must be reallllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll slow!  I've heard of laser machines that cut through 16 ga! Of coarse...
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    2000 USD to buy a laser that can blast through

    Awe, although, projectiles, is the word you're thinking to speak of, SuicideKing, stfu, takes energy, don't isolate the essences of all things in any factor, energy is the foundation of the integer.  Compare the explosion of a bullet in energy level, yeah, electric vs the combustion.  energy...
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    Blue Laserdiodes wil be cheap soon!

    This is why I'm kinda trying to help my good friend John Lawson wait on his RPL blue! :o
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    My Beam Collection

    Not really sure, I mostly acquired them over a wide period of time.. not that much really I guess depending on your perspective that is. Do you know how much money you spent in the last year & 1/2 on food for you to eaz? Not a good comparison, but it does make for a great example! ;)
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    2000 USD to buy a laser that can blast through

    Schrechon_Licht, I saw most of your videos, and I must tell who read your post that what you say can be proven! :o And yeah, laser tech at that range, well how does a CD player work? it uses a computer aided focusing device, which is made up of magnetics that focuses the dot until it "sees"...




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