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Old 09-11-2012, 18:32   #12
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Originally Posted by mvician View Post
Aimpoint H1
OK, see, so this is why I wanted to avoid 'rolling my own'....

Absolute information overload. I could make researching information a full time job - 40+ hours a week, spend, literally*, a year on it, and STILL not have all the information I think I need to actually build something exactly how I want it.

The LE6720 is, quite possibly, at least 95% toward perfection - maybe more. Good enough for my purposes, and a hell of a lot less time spent.

Thank you all for your help. I'm sure I'll have other questions later, but for now I'm more than satisfied.

* - I mean 'literally' in the literal sense of the word.
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