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Thread: Magnetospeed T1000 Hit Indicator - now in stock

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    Magnetospeed T1000 Hit Indicator - now in stock

    We have them on our shelves ready to ship.
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    I shot 1000 yards in total darkness using this setup last month in Texas - these things work great! Very easy to see hits in daylight and limited light.

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    Can it survive .50 hits reliably?

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    Ok so how do this thing work and what does it do????
    ???it tell you where your shot landed on the target..???
    Am I missing something !!!
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    It hangs on the back of a steel gong - the little angled part on the top sits above the top lip... so when you hit the gong, the light on the top flashes. It's a visible hit indicator - which is somewhat more reliable than the audible 'smack' of the gong.

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    Yep, it's like that.....

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    How sensitive are these dealies? Would it be able to pick up something like a 55grain .223 bullet strike on a 12" 1/2" thick AR500 gong at 300m?

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    Quote Originally Posted by canucklehead View Post
    It hangs on the back of a steel gong - the little angled part on the top sits above the top lip... so when you hit the gong, the light on the top flashes. It's a visible hit indicator - which is somewhat more reliable than the audible 'smack' of the gong.
    What happens if you shoot the little angled part? Buy a new hit indicator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by captainamazing View Post
    What happens if you shoot the little angled part? Buy a new hit indicator?
    Their website link says: "The flexible rubber reflector is designed to withstand many impacts before needing to be replaced."
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    Quote Originally Posted by propliner View Post
    Can it survive .50 hits reliably?
    This reply came from Magnetospeed
    A lot plays into it, size of the target, thickness of the target, distance to the target, type of round, etc etc. We have had customers report it stay on with a .50 at varying long distances.

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