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    Alp 3 sensor vs dragoneye


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    Quote Originally Posted by acsclio View Post
    I never get tired of seeing these DET guns getting nothing against a vehicle with ALPs!

    Nice video!


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    @acsclio Was the gun used in the video a full size DET Speed Laser, or was it the smaller compact, DETC ?

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    That's called beheading the Dragon

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    Sounds like full size lidar.
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