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Old November 29, 2019, 01:49 PM   #26
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Labradar has it's quirks--but overall the time saved and tracking features easily pay for themselves quickly over less expensive optical chrono--I'd never even consider going back to an optical chrono (unless my labradar goes down and I have no other back-up).
If you’re ever hiking in the woods and you get lost, just look up and find the brightest star in the sky and you’ll know which way space is.
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