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  1. What? The cover behind the battery cover retains the diode.
  2. No Appendix E4
  3. Not all stainless steels are magnetic.
  4. If you have the option the, TR45. Op was looking for prescription and unfortunately the Tr45 isn't available in a prescription lens. Red or rose base are usually what people like to use for shooting. The TR45 is an orange base and the Trail is a grapefruit. I actually really like the Trails for shooting. I don't like a dark lens and I looked through all the Prizm lenses available in prescription and these seemed the best to me.
  5. The Trail tint is supposed to increase contrast of varying shades of browns and greens, which most ranges are. I like them equally as much as the TR45.
  6. I checked with Oakley over the winter and the answer was no. I went with the Prizm Trail prescriotion lens. They are about the same light transmission.
  7. http://www.oakley.com/en/support/faq
  8. Ditto
  9. Shooter Connection carries the screws.
  10. Mainly because there is no exposed lead base on the jhp's. Won't lead up the comp on the open guns.
  11. that sounds pretty lame and lazy to me to have such a small box. we have fault lines that go all the way around the table. probably more like 7' by 5'. You can fit 3 people in there.sounds to me like if you only have a box in front of the table (and not enclosing the table), then the gun may be getting handled outside of that box. If it's the safe table I'm thinking about there it's only a 2x2 table maybe. 3x3 box is definitely big enough for the one I'm thinking of It was the table that was in between stages 9 & 10
  12. Very good question. I'll bet it's the same principle. If one foot is out, you're out. The rulebook doesn't say you are out, it says you're faulting and get a procedural. Perhaps a subtle semantic difference, but it is important to the goobers that try to start with 1 foot in the shooting area when the wsb says 'starting anywhere outside the shooting area'.I can't think of any reason you wouldn't want to be all the way inside the safe area, just to avoid unnecessary stress. I also can't think of any reason you wouldn't want the safe area to be big enough that multiple people could use it at once. Just took the RO class taught by George Jones and specifically asked about the one foot out because of the other thread on here.One foot out is considered out as long as the wording isn't any more specific. So straddling the fault line is considered out. He went on to say a more specific start position like toes/heels touching marks or 'fully outside' would be the better thing to state in the WSB. lol, so if i show up to a match with a shirt, but no pants, I will still be 'dressed'.if i'm the RO, I'm not starting anyone with 1 foot in and 1 foot out. Lol. I'm just saying what he told me. I made a note to specifically ask him about this because of the other thread on here. Basically, his conclusion was to make the WSB more specific so this type of thing doesn't happen or change it before the match starts. As you stated it though, he said one foot out is considered out.
  13. Very good question. I'll bet it's the same principle. If one foot is out, you're out. The rulebook doesn't say you are out, it says you're faulting and get a procedural. Perhaps a subtle semantic difference, but it is important to the goobers that try to start with 1 foot in the shooting area when the wsb says 'starting anywhere outside the shooting area'.I can't think of any reason you wouldn't want to be all the way inside the safe area, just to avoid unnecessary stress. I also can't think of any reason you wouldn't want the safe area to be big enough that multiple people could use it at once. Just took the RO class taught by George Jones and specifically asked about the one foot out because of the other thread on here. One foot out is considered out as long as the wording isn't any more specific. So straddling the fault line is considered out. He went on to say a more specific start position like toes/heels touching marks or 'fully outside' would be the better thing to state in the WSB.
  14. Here's what I got from Troy near the end of last year about grip panels and 'profile'