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Jolly Roger

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  1. ...... because the diode responsible for that 532nm (green) of light starts off by being a infrared emitting diode (invisible)...
  2. ...but did you know that there is no such thing as a green laser diode?
  3. From Wiki: " A laser diode, (LD), injection laser diode (ILD), or diode laser is a semiconductor device similar to a light-emitting diode in which a diode pumped directly with electrical current can create lasing conditions at the diode's junction.[1]:3 Laser diodes can directly convert electrical energy into light. Driven by voltage, the doped p-n-transition allows for recombination of an electron with a hole. Due to the drop of the electron from a higher energy level to a lower one, radiation, in the form of an emitted photon is generated. This is spontaneous emission. Stimulated emission can be produced when the process is continued and further generate light with the same phase, coherence and wavelength. The choice of the semiconductor material determines the wavelength of the emitted beam, which in today's laser diodes range from infra-red to the UV spectrum. Laser diodes are the most common type of lasers produced, with a wide range of uses that include fiber optic communications, barcode readers, laser pointers, CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc reading/recording, laser printing, laser scanning and light beam illumination. With the use of a phosphor like that found on white LEDs, Laser diodes can be used for general illumination.
  4. Blue line is how some of those red dot use fiber optics to run emitted light.. green thing is a pc board.......sorry for my bad paint skills..
  5. No rudeness taken at all. Again though, I dont make or design these things.
  6. Its a laser of sorts but not what we stereotypically think as one being.. here they call the "screen" Holographic Grating...
  7. This is also why one must not go above 88mph when operating the flux capacitor...
  8. probably all in the delivery system. I didn't design it, lol. In the red dots, the led is carried by a fiber optic to the reflection emitter. The holographic led goes through a screen which determines the shape projected onto your reflective glass. like a cross or circle reticle. .
  9. That's because they're using laser type diodes. Its not projecting a laser, just led light. They do produce an emitted photon at 808nm (green reticle) so by law the have to have the sticker.
  10. ...and to my knowledge no red dot or holographic sights use a laser. They are all led illuminated. Most lasers today are led powered though... I'm a certified, bonafide optics repair technician, licensed by zeiss and Leica geosystems. I even have a fancy name badge!๐Ÿ˜€
  11. HAIL The King! jokes aside, I owe you an apology sonyman74. I'm sorry I contributed the hijacking of your thread sir.
  12. Did a search of all the places I know of.....nothing. Dang, what the neck is going on? I'm mean they've never been a great quantity available but usually you could at least find one if you were looking. ill keep an eye out
  13. I dont normally like the CF look but that is Bad A$%. Great project! More pics as it comes along please!
  14. We'll see his Fisher Price painted M4's up for sale here under a different user name in about a month.......hope he moves to the AR forums..๐Ÿคจ
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  16. In my experience yes. so far the cycle testing at home seems to match the performance I get out of them at the range. (usually) There does seem to be a fine line between a spring thats just strong enough and one thats too week to operate under recoil. Internal tube space robbers: After market followers tend to be too long and they rob you of tube length. I've seen a few where the inside of the follower doesn't allow the spring to fully seat robbing you of valuable internal shell capacity. Remembering to seat the spring retainer to its highest position in the mag tube can also give you that extra little bit of clearance you need. Good luck brother and happy shooting!
  17. Shhhhh.! Dont get him mad, he dont like grammar nazi's ๐Ÿ˜ (I've never seen anyone with a negative reputation before! ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ)
  18. or a horse semen collection device...
  19. I have a friend who is looking for donkey condoms.....can I give him your number?
  20. This is a joke right? My kid has one too!. LOL
  21. Were you born an asshole or do you practice and work hard at being one?
  22. Yeah, that Nordic clamp will come loose the first time you shoot it, its a known issue. I tried the GGG but had nothing but problems with it....fabulous build though, honestly one of the best I've seen here.
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