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***NEW! Pro-Speed Radar Guns! Look!***

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Bob Schultz, Feb 17, 2012.

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  1. Bob Schultz

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    Shooters,

    After a long wait, Pro-Speed has come out with their updated version of the sports radar gun used for setting targets. The HP-2 model has higher power, AA rechargeable batteries, a 12volt cord to plug into a cigarette lighter socket in your car or golf cart. If you click on the link above it will take you to our website page with descriptions etc. Thanks for looking! Bob Schultz 800-684-6329


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    We also carry the hugely successful POCKET RADAR unit for $225.00, About the same size as my iphone! Thanks, Bob


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    Expensive, but you get "lots of watts!"

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    Why would it need more power? While setting targets in Helena at the State Shoot in MT, I have had problems setting the last 3 traps because of the closeness of the interstate.

    Nice looking unit tho, and I like the AA battery thing.

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    Anyone ever performed a side by side comparison of one of the $200 - $300 radar gun vs the more expensive. Just curious as to what benifits you might expect to see in the ones costing 3x the price.
     
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