Laser Veil G4/Blinder M45 vs LA,Pro III, truspeed
This is category4's F150, which we wanted to test with both the Laser Veil G4 and Blinder M45. I do apoligize for the very unsteady shooting, but we really didn't have a steady tri-pod setup that day, and it was windy and cold as hell!!!!
Some of the shots were all over the truck, but some were not. Veil guy, for some reason the Truspeed which got JTG with just the veil only got erased from our video camera by accident. So that shot was not on this video. Maybe Category4 will let us test one more time with just the Truspeed and Veil only. Special thanks goes out to category4 for taking the time out of his day to let us use his Laser Guns. :)
YouTube - Blinder M45 vs. Pro Laser III, LTI Ultralyte, Tru Speed, and Laser Atlanta
I can't help but wonder - VEIL is known to just totally eat Stalker. Could this also be the reason why it has such an amazing effect against the TruSpeed? ;)
Good stuff, guys. Frankly, I'm very impressed - with everything (except the single note below, of the PL-III) !
Just as a reminder, category4's M45 is a J15 revision, right?
The only thing that concerns me is the PL-III performance...... First, of course, is to ask "why." And second, certainly, is to brainstorm as to how make category4's work truck better protected against this threat.
Yes this Pro Laser III, should not be getting any punch-throughs on his F-150. I think if he places the J16 heads on bottom bumper and moves the J15 heads closer to his head lights up high on the grill, he should be fine. He has both the J16 and J15 heads on the front. 2 separate systems. Kinda like my honda accord. The truspeed has a very tight beam, so I would have expected it to get higher punch-throughs than the Pro Laser III. Instead it was the opposite. Veil G4 doesn't really have much of a problem defeating the stalkers and Laser Atlanta's. But the Pro Laser III is an issue. Could be its beam divergence. Not really sure :hmmmm2:
Maybe if I can get Category4 to do another test with just the Pro Laser III and Truspeed on head light shots only, with a steady fixed Tri-pod, then I believe these results would be different. Possibly better. A test with no jammer and just veil G4. :tee:
^ Agreed. That - the steadiness of the tripod - should definitely help figure out exactly where his weak-spot happens to be.
Something just doesn't quite add-up.
The 2008 GOL testing sees the Blinder J15 (a M25, on the HHR, no less!) really killing the PL-III, and at the same time, in the "Extra Mini-Test," G4 also performed extremely well versus this threat.
I almost think that maybe he forgot to switch-on the Blinder, for that last run?!
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