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Thread: Introducing AngelEye ... Magwedge exclusive!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr5 View Post
    Does it come with a bicycle helmet and a cable lock?
    Sorry, not for me. Maybe when the zombies finally show up
    When they actually show up...it's too late. Especially if they are coming up on your six.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TV-PressPass View Post
    Just when you thought you'd seen everything.

    Any stats about the field of view provided by the mirror?
    I have no hard numbers available at the moment, but the mirror is convex and delivers an excellent field of view.

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    I do not invent therefore I do not mock anyone that does.

    Thought it was kinda cool. However, the first thing that came to mind was

    "It would save a lot of lives on the walking dead no doubt!"
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    I am deleting some of the more inane comments here.

    Keep it real please, people ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagWedge Industries View Post
    I am deleting some of the more inane comments here.

    Keep it real please, people ...
    I kind of regret my joke rear view mirror post cause it was probably a bit insensitive to all the hard work that has gone into bringing this product from conception to reality. There is a sense, though, where this sort of initial knee jerk reaction feedback from potential customers is of value, even if it does sting. I think that one lesson here for you is that as you market this item its potential usages and value needs to be demonstrated/clarified more than assumed because it seems obvious that not everybody just 'gets it' in the same manner that it is probably 100% clear in your own minds. My 2 cents anyways.

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    I appreciate the effort, but you have to admit that this has the "chairbourne ranger" written all over it. I think that you would be laughed at if you offered these to any professional end user.

    I think your best market is affiliating yourself with TWD and seeing if you can get some screen time with your product saving one of the main characters...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaBoom View Post
    I kind of regret my joke rear view mirror post cause it was probably a bit insensitive to all the hard work that has gone into bringing this product from conception to reality. There is a sense, though, where this sort of initial knee jerk reaction feedback from potential customers is of value, even if it does sting. I think that one lesson here for you is that as you market this item its potential usages and value needs to be demonstrated/clarified more than assumed because it seems obvious that not everybody just 'gets it' in the same manner that it is probably 100% clear in your own minds. My 2 cents anyways.
    Quite honestly, I think the utility obvious.

    I should again point out that I am not the inventor, but the minute I saw and tried this unit out I understood the value mostly lay with the ability to keep track of "friendlies" and minimize safety issues. This is a benefit to anyone who is moving about with loaded firearms whether on the range, or hunting or on duty and operating in a group.

    I do know that training courses have become very popular and I see this as useful in this venue as well.

    I imagine there may be other uses such as seeing a bad guy on your tail, but I frankly have no experience in that area and will leave it to others to try the unit out and make that judgement.

    Anyways a little humor is expected and not a bad thing. Some folks were getting a bit too over the top and I pruned those comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onetwentyish View Post
    I appreciate the effort, but you have to admit that this has the "chairbourne ranger" written all over it. I think that you would be laughed at if you offered these to any professional end user.

    I think your best market is affiliating yourself with TWD and seeing if you can get some screen time with your product saving one of the main characters...
    I think it best that you stop commenting in this thread.

    You really have nothing positive to contribute and I had to delete two other comments from you already.

    You don't like the concept, fine I get it ... but to reply several times with negativity and derision strikes me as completely inappropriate and disrespectful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagWedge Industries View Post
    Quite honestly, I think the utility obvious.

    I should again point out that I am not the inventor, but the minute I saw and tried this unit out I understood the value mostly lay with the ability to keep track of "friendlies" and minimize safety issues. This is a benefit to anyone who is moving about with loaded firearms whether on the range, or hunting or on duty and operating in a group.

    I do know that training courses have become very popular and I see this as useful in this venue as well.

    I imagine there may be other uses such as seeing a bad guy on your tail, but I frankly have no experience in that area and will leave it to others to try the unit out and make that judgement.

    Anyways a little humor is expected and not a bad thing. Some folks were getting a bit too over the top and I pruned those comments.
    Fair enough. Thanks for sharing some of your perspective here. Btw, I installed a Kwik Rail on my SKS a couple of weeks ago and have been enjoying that product very much. Keep up the good work!

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