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From the The Jersey Journal:

“The new legal technology in golf has been sitting in a box in Mark Schaare’s office for months now, collecting dust.

It’s not a top-secret club or a potion that turns him into Tiger Woods. It’s a seemingly harmless device that looks like binoculars chopped in half — a rangefinder. Part of the reason he hasn’t opened it is procrastination. But the other part is because it’s challenging his golf ethics.

Now that these devices are legal in the New Jersey State Golf Associatiuon, I would be happy to have a Picatinny rail mounted range-finder for my favorite 2,000 yard ‘club‘.

I spoke with several manufacturer representatives at the NRA Convention this spring and found none who offered a rail-mounted rangefinder option. 

Hmmm…  Is there a commercial opportunity here?




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