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    I'll give Mitch a call....
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    Jarred-

    Any previews of the scopes that will be displayed inside? Also, how do you adjust the flange depth on the Epic/Scarlet?

    Thanks!
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    Amazing!!!
    "There is no point in having sharp images when you've fuzzy ideas."
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    Dynamic range is, after all, the measurement between well saturation (photosite blowout) and noise floor.
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    Cool!

    What does the reticle look like?
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    Very cool.

    Somebody should do a comparison to the NULL, Optitek, and this.
    I wonder if each has it's own strength?
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    Hmmm, I thought Epic had an adjustment system that rendered something like this useless...I guess not. I'm looking forward to seeing how this is
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    oh, and I do think it's very badass that this looks like a thermal detonator :-)
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    I've just purchased a LumaCheck, which is AMAZINGLY accurate. It actually lets you see the pixels on the sensor to adjust flange depth. However, I like everything I use with my Red's to say Red
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Nelson View Post
    Hmmm, I thought Epic had an adjustment system that rendered something like this useless...I guess not. I'm looking forward to seeing how this is
    There is something else pretty special about the RED FOCUS, specifically the custom target within it, that we will announce soon..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ Roy View Post
    Jarred-

    Any previews of the scopes that will be displayed inside? Also, how do you adjust the flange depth on the Epic/Scarlet?

    Thanks!
    Epic and Scarlet you adjust via 2 screws with an allen key through the side of the body. One screw to adjust, one screw to lock/unlock.
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