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    Bought the small Bisley version yesterday morning. Got round to fitting it just now....

    Erm, not really sure about this. Seems a little uncomfortable and feels wierd. Blocks out a bit of the sun so that's benificial. I have very light sensitive eyes, would have thought all the arc welding to have dampened this but anyways....

    Will leave it on for the next few weeks see if I can adapt to it.
    It's probably just me - don't like change. Oh well.

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    avion do you think we could meet you at the entrance so we can follow you?

    which entrace do you use?

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    avion do you think we could meet you at the entrance so we can follow you?

    which entrace do you use?

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    I come from the N1/N3 side, not the kyalami side, ie - from the Rivonia offramp. Sure you can follow me - should be there from 13H30 - 13H45. I got your number - you still got mine?

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    no i dont think i ever had your number what is it?

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    is the side you go into the closest one to lonehill?

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    Okay back on topic....

    The maximiser seems to work fine.
    Helps with the sun for sure as I saw this afternoon.

    It's just that it's not as soft as WolfFlows one and rubs a bit after a while. Will see if it softens up some in time.

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    Just went and measured mine, total length is 90mm. (?)
    Paid about 10 UK pounds at my local.

    Eye relief seems spot on with slight pressure on the ringed part of the tube. (if that makes any sense).

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    Do you think it is worth it Avion. How much do they go for here?

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    Soory man . My typing is very slow due to an od of baghus(sp) moist.

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    bwahahaha - more gaan jy weer dors wees.

    Paid R130 from TS.
    No I don't think it's worth it, being a producer myself, I mean it's a piece of rubber!
    But yeah I guess it's anti parallax and anti sun features are worth the R130.

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    Did a fair bit of shooting today with the rubber job.
    Must say I'm getting used to it now, it's also softened up alot so it's a bit more comfortable. Had to take a shot nearly directly into the sun and no problem whatsoever.

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    Just put some form of lubrication on the rubber. Our sun likes to destroy any rubber product.

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    Hey Avion,

    This is one toy you have to play with. The more you rub it the softer it gets. Then I found that I had to reset my scope, which is something I noticed again with my daughter and girlfriend shooting on Saterday. They both wanted the scope in different possitions so it does tend to personalise your scope to a degree. But one warning, the talcom powder falls on the lense so keep some earbuds in your kit.

    :beer:

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    Cheerz for that WolfFlow - yeah I know most oils rot rubber. Was thinking of powder - but went against it for the exact reasons you mentioned above. Perhaps I have some of that red rubber grease laying at work. Will heat it up and rub some in perhaps.

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