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Re: Hacking a signal output from a Laser Rangefinder Rifle Scope

Post by Steven_L on Mon Nov 16, 2009 11:16 am

You need to track down the manufacturer of those components. Good luck.

Hacking a signal output from a Laser Rangefinder Rifle Scope

Post by lasersandlights on Sat Nov 14, 2009 12:56 pm

I'm looking to integrate a laser rangefinder rifle scope such as the Nikon IRT into our own system.
I need an output from the laserscope, would it be possible to DIY? Or is there a source of OEM laserscope modules?
I haven't seen any so I'm guessing not.

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