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Old November 13, 2012, 10:11 AM   #8
KMatch
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Join Date: October 15, 2012
Location: Van Vleck/Bay City, Texas
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Look up the specs on the holo sight you're interested in. If it mentions anywhere "lighted reticle" by chance, use that in defense. Their intent, like stated, is to prevent IR or light assisted hunting. A holo sight really is a "lighted reticle" which by the wording is legal. Sure, contact the local GW, but again, one might have a different opinion than another and he may be having a bad day when grilling you. Having something in your pocket referring to the holo as a lighted reticle ought to do it.
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