5.11 Field Ops Watch

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posted on January 14, 2011
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This good-looking, multi-function timepiece has a built-in ballistic calculator that will tell you how many clicks to apply to your scope based on the range, elevation, temperature, angle, wind speed and direction, sight height, muzzle velocity and the bullet's BC.

By working with Horus Vision to incorporate its ballistic software, 5.11 built the ultimate long-range shooter's timepiece/ballistic computer. And, it is comfortable to wear, making it easy to have a cutting-edge, ballistic calculator at arm's length—literally.

I've tried it, it works and I'm hooked. If I had a fancy Swiss watch, I'd get rid of it and pay for my son's college education while wearing this multi-tasking unit.

www.511tactical.com, (866) 451-1726

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