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    Hi Friends!
    I want to show you what I made for several of my friends - FT PROTRACTOR (inclinometer) for different angle shooting.
    It is made from stainless steel 2 mm.
    Dimensions 80 x 43 mm.
    There are some pictures and a video here.
    Sorry about the video quality.
    The protractor (inclinometer) works well.


    video:









    Last edited by akraba1; 13-06-12 at 19:08.
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    Very nice work
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    Yes, but why would you need it?

    Just another 'thing' to manage.

    It is very 'pretty'!
    Last edited by Bludlust; 13-06-12 at 17:39.
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    'cause they are scared of us Seff Effricens who can work it out for ourselves.
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    Great idea and excellent craftmanship!!
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    Good idea, seen one a few weeks ago out of plastic that didnt judder and was reasonably smooth.

    I am with Blud, another thing to look at, too many gizmos.
    Further to that how you supposed to see whats going on with the butt in your shoulder and it being in the way as in where you would want to hold the rifle.
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    I've got the idea from this pictures.







    The protractor is located close to your fingers. When you find the target you just hold the arrow with your finger.

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    I like our side wheel more
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    I like our side wheel more

    Ja that is very nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by akraba1 View Post






    Bludlust...fast asleep again...
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    I don't shoot FT so have no need for one, but I could easily buy one just because it is so pretty and well made............


    I like gadgets ........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    I like our side wheel more

    There are people who like it
    https://www.airrifle.co.za/showthread.php?t=18599
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    Yeah thats the one its RobF's on here with a March 10-60.

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    Eish...

    Just too much to think about, for nominal benefit.
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