While lazing my neighbors house the other night (as one does) I noticed my Zenitco Perst-4, when moving rapidly, would appear to have a blinking frequency. A slow enough frequency that I could see it. Hard science then took place as I grabbed a DBal i2 (9003) and tried to duplicate the results. So far only Perst (Russian) lasers seem to do this. None of the American or even Chinese lasers seem to do it. Anyone know why?
I found this super interesting. In the 70’s the Swedish military developed an almost completely analogue tank simulator to reduce cost of training future tank operators the basics. The funniest part is that the original computer was replaced by a raspberry pi.
On the Live Q or Die podcast IG: Allyoutpost revealed EOTech’s newest competitor on the NVG laser market aimed at competing with the NGAL. Supposedly the civilian version will retail for $1,299.00. If that is true I will be looking to get one. See the video at the link below on instagram.
This review is mainly targeted at the DIY tactical gear makers out there. Anyone from the hobbyist to the guys running side gigs making gear out of their basement, garage, extra bed room. If you fit into this spectrum then you have probably considered getting a digitally automated hot/cold webbing cutter for your shop but cringed at the prices.Continue reading Chinese made automatic webbing cutter. Should you even look at it? A DIY Gear Review of the RbaySale
In 1991 the Soviet Union produced and aired their take on The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Apparently after airing on Leningrad Television this production was “lost” and just recently rediscovered in 2021. Tolkien fans will be happy to see that Tom Bombadil makes an appearance who was left out of the Peter Jackson version. No, this is not a joke and the music and effects are exactly what you think and I think this might have actually contributed to the fall of the USSR later in the year. Enjoy and you are welcome.