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  1. #1
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    Default Jammer Owners BEWARE: DragonEye Compacts in MD

    Although I had understood this to be the case, today I have seen confirmation that, indeed, DragonEye Compacts guns are hitting the state of MD.

    If you own a jammer/parking sensor and you drive in the state of MD, make sure your equipment is up to it and also consider adding Veil to your defense arsenal, just to be sure and if you don't/won't, consider using Veil with a great laser detector like the V1 or a Whistler CR90 series.


    Here's the county's PO from nearly a year ago:


    http://www.ccgov.org/uploads/Treasur...y_PODetail.pdf


    Here's a map of Cecil county, MD.


    https://maps.google.com/maps?q=cecil...&ved=0CJ4BELYD


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    Default Re: Jammer Owners BEWARE: DragonEye Compacts in MD

    I'm using the G4 product. i understand the G5 is not out yet?

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    Default Re: Jammer Owners BEWARE: DragonEye Compacts in MD

    Quote Originally Posted by thisn00bagain View Post
    I'm using the G4 product. i understand the G5 is not out yet?
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    Default Re: Jammer Owners BEWARE: DragonEye Compacts in MD

    Quote Originally Posted by Veil Guy View Post
    Although I had understood this to be the case, today I have seen confirmation that, indeed, DragonEye Compacts guns are hitting the state of MD. If you own a jammer/parking sensor and you drive in the state of MD, make sure your equipment is up to it and also consider adding Veil to your defense arsenal, just to be sure and if you don't/won't, consider using Veil with a great laser detector like the V1 or a Whistler CR90 series.VG
    This makes sense. Maryland is about as much of a socialist nightmare nanny state as NY, NJ & MA, etc. We need more freedom and less "Law enfarcement".

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    Default Re: Jammer Owners BEWARE: DragonEye Compacts in MD

    Anyone have a list of where these are deployed in the US not just MD? Is dragon eye the only variable pulse gun or are there others that would defeat a blinder and LI?

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    Default Re: Jammer Owners BEWARE: DragonEye Compacts in MD

    There are other variable pulse lidar units in the us.. The Dragoneye is simply one of them that is very deadly. The ultalyte LTI Truspeed II is another variable pulse rate lidar.. And technically so is the Stalker LZ1 Lidar with it's "stealth mode enabled."



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    Default Re: Jammer Owners BEWARE: DragonEye Compacts in MD

    Quote Originally Posted by alpinestars_2002795 View Post
    There are other variable pulse lidar units in the us.. The Dragoneye is simply one of them that is very deadly. The ultalyte LTI Truspeed II is another variable pulse rate lidar.. And technically so is the Stalker LZ1 Lidar with it's "stealth mode enabled."



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    Scary time indeed for the counter measures crowd. Looks like variable pulse guns are hitting the streets here in Canada. Not surprising as here in Canada they rely on every penny of revenue they can get their greedy hands on.

 

 

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