E700 new build complete

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E700 new build complete

Post by slimbo1973 » 24 Jan 2014, 20:26

Right gents,

Been to my bro's tonight and picked up my new NV set up :-)
Please don't ask how he wired it cause I haven't got a clue lol

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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by Marky610 » 24 Jan 2014, 20:33

Very neat Stu, you can get the camera closer if you wish bud ;)



Just a little worried about you keeping your child in a cage but I can see why :?
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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by PESCA » 24 Jan 2014, 20:33

Very tidy indeed, Stew.

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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by michael40 » 24 Jan 2014, 20:51

he's made a nice job of that mate, very smart

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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by slimbo1973 » 24 Jan 2014, 20:51

Marky610 wrote:Very neat Stu, you can get the camera closer if you wish bud ;)



Just a little worried about you keeping your child in a cage but I can see why :?

Please tell please :-)
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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by jdk1 » 24 Jan 2014, 21:33

Very neat and tidy :thumbup:

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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by AirRifleSport » 24 Jan 2014, 23:46

I agree with the others, very tidy. :thumbup:
When I saw the box, I thought that the battery was included in it though.
My only concern would be the DVR... I would stick some electrical tape on the top as you wouldn't want any water inside it. :)
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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by some bloke » 25 Jan 2014, 04:59

Nice and tidy Stew - and it appears to answer a research question I asked in another thread:

Are you able to view that in good focus with the DVR above the breech and do you wear glasses?
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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by slimbo1973 » 25 Jan 2014, 08:54

AirRifleSport wrote:I agree with the others, very tidy. :thumbup:
When I saw the box, I thought that the battery was included in it though.
My only concern would be the DVR... I would stick some electrical tape on the top as you wouldn't want any water inside it. :)
Cheers mate ,

I'm a fair weather shooter me lol. I've always used the dvr this way and touch wood never had a problem :-)
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Re: E700 new build complete

Post by slimbo1973 » 25 Jan 2014, 08:59

some bloke wrote:Nice and tidy Stew - and it appears to answer a research question I asked in another thread:

Are you able to view that in good focus with the DVR a

bove the breech and do you wear glasses?
Thanks Dave

I dont wear glasses and I can focus it clear as day + the arm on the back allows me to move it closer if I need to :-) I have shot rabbits out to 150 yards with no problem

I was getting fed up with all the leads and now it's just a simple plug and play :-)

I'm going to glue a piece of tube to the camera box to allow it to sit snug in the dsa . Some of the guys on hear have done the same
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