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Easy as pie to set up. No on off switch. no wires.
Just Velcro it to the back of your plate.

Watch for a red flash of light that last for at least one second. It is at the tree line at 800 yards on right side. I reapeat four times but my group was on the edge of plate and the 5th shot went high on plate. My fingers were so cold I did not was to dial in any elevation adjustment so shot 5 went just off plate. This thing is so cool. Going to be a great gimic at 1400 and 2000 yards

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One of the ranges I go to for 3 gun competition uses these on targets 250 yards and further out. Really helps in identifying hits rather than trying to see or hear the bullet impact on steel.

Only down side is it needs more time to reset than what it takes to shoot a second round on the target (stages often require 2 hits per target). So the match director has adjusted by having 1 shot per target and the shooter moves to a different shooting positions to keep the round count up.

Overall it works really well. Now we just need something to tell us where our misses our going as the targets (out to 450 yards at times) are set up in sage brush and spotting your misses is virtually impossible. Makes for interesting conditions when the wind is blowing which is pretty normal in eastern Idaho.
 
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