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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Kwesi, Mar 5, 2017.
Does anyone discount the retail price of $559.95?
Nope, they all adhere to the manufacturers MSRP. Well worth the price.
I bought mine at: https://www.coppercustom.com/shop/parts-kits/labradar/labradar-ballistic-velocity-doppler-radar/
Copper Custom is the shop that belongs to the "Military Arms Channel" on YouTube.
First class people and they have it in stock.
Can't help on the pricing, but that unit looks awesome. If I had an extra $560 laying around I would buy one.
It's on the way. I was able to negotiate $15 off + free shipping on the basis of customer loyalty. BTW: I just listed my CED M2 here in the Dallas Fort Worth area in case you have a buddy in the area. Perfect condition.
midway sometimes gives a discount for purchases of $100, $200 and $300. they just ended this promotion. wait for the next and save $30.
True but they saved me $30. It's on it's way.
I'd like to buy one. I've heard nothing but good comments, other than the price! Perhaps in awhile they'll come down.
Sure hope so for everyone's benefit. IIRC the price I paid years ago for my CED M2 has never come down.
Too bad Fords weren't the same. In 1925 you could get a new one for $260...
I still have a TI Datamath calculator, it is a 4 function no memory calculator with an LED display, they were around $150 in 1972 and ran off 6 AA nicads.
I can get a more compact calculator these days that is powered by light and even has a memory to store numbers for a couple bucks.
If there were enough demand for the lab radar someone in China would reverse engineer the thing and sell them by the boat load at Harbor Freight for $19.95.
You are right!
Labradar is worth every penny. I love mine.
There's no doubt some other company will soon produce a competing product,
and probably at a lower price.
From what I can see, you "need" the optional base. At least for me, I won't put something like that on a bipod at the range for me or someone else to bump into.
IF I could afford it, I would buy one. What would be nice is if my range had one and rented it out. At least, you aren't going to SHOOT it.
I read a couple customer reviews that didn't like the base. They recommended the Manfrotto Mini tripod. It's on it's way.
A friend who has one recommended the same tripod. The labradar (and tripod) is on my list.
Double nice, very jealous.
I am getting ready to order one. Since Midway give you 10% for your birthday and my birthday is in May I can wait
BTW, I have a PACT ballistic chronograph that when I turn it on it says "Copyright 1993". It works great. Prints out data. The only real problem is sky screens in Wyoming breeze.
Midway did NOT apply a 10% Birthday discount. They were running there $10 off $100. They gave me another $5 off + free shipping. BTW I have a CED M2 that I purchased years ago & works great, just not convenient at my indoor range. It's up for sale & will serve someone else well that tests outdoors.