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#11 (permalink)      3/4/2015 1:32:24 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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But what looks cooler? Lighting fireworks with a lighter, or a FUCKING LASER? Lol
#12 (permalink)      3/4/2015 1:48:24 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I want one, not thought of a use for it yet but I don't know anyone with a laser, as to what I would do with it I have no idea at all... Light farts? In the cart, probably buy it when I'm drunk and then think what the hell have I bought when it drops through the door after forgetting I've clicked the buy button.
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#13 (permalink)      3/4/2015 5:36:56 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I've had the 1W+ laser mentioned above for a couple month now, and have no particular use for it. I love it though. It stands on the table with several flashlights and comes up once in a while as a conversation piece with other males. I always keep one of the effect lens on it for safety.

Speaking of potential use, the effect lenses are inspiring. This could certainly be used as some sort of lighting. The effects are really sharp and powerful - especially with a bit of smoke (or vape).

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#14 (permalink)      3/8/2015 12:55:09 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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A 2.3W true blue laser would be practical mounted on an assault rifle. Not as an aiming device, but as a less than lethal option. Why spend countless rounds on a target 800 yds out, when you can fry their retinas instantly. Permanent blindness takes the fight out of even the most dangerous foe. This is all hypothetical, of course! Not once did I ever say Ive done this.
#15 (permalink)      3/8/2015 4:10:58 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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wow.. that sku posted up there Looked nice.. if there was an 18650 option for that, wouLdve been better..

wouLd be reaLLy dangerous if handLed by an idiot.

never been into these things because i cant think up a practicaL use for it..

maybe burning patterns on wood? XD

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double post.

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#17 (permalink)      3/8/2015 4:22:09 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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iggys wrote:

The violet color really can't be seen by anyone other than being behind the light source looking at the point of contact in a clear environment.. If stealth was needed then this is the color to use.. Green is the best color for side viewing.. Red is in the middle..




Yah, I've found 9 times out of 10 you don't want any side viewing. You may as well open the window and scream "I'm the one screwing around with the laser". :D

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#18 (permalink)      3/25/2015 1:22:34 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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A powerful green laser is useful in astronomy for pointing at objects easily. You center a known object in your telescope, then aim the laser (there are mounts to attach to your telescope) at the object. The beam appears to reach the stars. When you want to look at another object, simply turn the laser on and move your telescope so the laser points at the desired object, turn it off, and observe or photograph.
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#19 (permalink)      4/29/2015 10:58:31 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Martin.Brooksbank wrote:

I want one, not thought of a use for it yet but I don't know anyone with a laser, as to what I would do with it I have no idea at all... Light farts? In the cart, probably buy it when I'm drunk and then think what the hell have I bought when it drops through the door after forgetting I've clicked the buy button.


Point at girlies from some range ;)

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#20 (permalink)      11/3/2015 3:12:05 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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LOL :D

(oh damn, it won't let me quote that gif)

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#21 (permalink)      11/12/2015 3:35:24 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Using "regulation" as poorly disguised prohibition is criminal. Vaping is not smoking, reduces harm and saves lives.