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    Michael
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    THE NEW JR-T2 WIND MEASURING DEVICE FROM WINDMEISTER™ LLC.

    is a wind meter that puts you in the driver seat, on target, in any wind condition. No more guesswork, math, and/or magic to be able to figure out where the wind will take your projectile downrange. Easy setup/take down in seconds with no screws or other assembly required. 

    Much effort and development has been poured onto this device. As well as many users requested features have been added, and/or changed to make it more user friendly in the field.

    The overall dimensions of the reticle are 8″ by 10″ with easy to see markings even at distance. Included Magnus indicator line to aid vertical shift. Build materials include Aluminum, Delrin, Carbon Fiber and Stainless.  

    Paddle is a balanced free pivoting system, offset axis to enforce correct angle against the wind direction. Which in turn applies the correct angular force to the rotating assembly. The paddle essential has the same ability as a windsock, but acting upon a pendulum, pushing an indicator across a reticle showing the holdover.  

    HIGHLIGHTS

    • Sturdy CNC Machined Frame
    • Screen Printed (JRT2) Reticle on High Quality Acrylic
    • Precision Machined Pivots
    • Easy to Read Outputs of Wind Holdover*
    • Tuning Application for Mobile and Web
    • Extremely Low Inertia of all Movable Parts
    • Bubble Level to aid Setup
    • 360 Offset Pivot to Accurately Apply Wind Forces
    • Can be tuned for a Wide Range of Conditions**
    • Optional Quality Carrying Case
    • Center Colored Bull is a Brightly Replaceable Sticker, 1.5″ Dia.
    • Only 1 Part to Assemble/Disassemble Upon Setup, No Tools Required.
    • Mount is Machine Threaded for 1/4″-20UNC to Fit on Any Tripod of Your Choosing

    Click on this LINK or their banner to navigate to their website

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    Hynzie
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    welcome wind meister would love to see this guy in action

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    Brian10956
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    I was wondering if any of you who went to EBR saw this , if so can you let us know what you thought of it. 

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    terrymc
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    I have the first gen Wind Meister, and love it.
    I saw them during the brief time I was at EBR 2017 but did not spend as much time as I should have checking them out
    since there was so little to see and I had too little time.

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    Michael
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    Tom let me borrow one for the extreme event. Pretty nifty unit, even comes with an app for your phone. Here’s a picture of the creator himself

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    Kitplanenut
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    Brian. I looked at it at EBR and talked with Tom. Was amazing to watch work. Was surprised how quick it was with the wind changes. Build quality is top end. Welcome to Airgunnation. Sylvan

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    Tanante
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    Have seen the wind gauge at work. Quality build, quality results. Accurate wind read and shot placement 

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    i have one and it is top quality first class mfg
    plus Tom is very customer service oriented

     

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    Brian10956
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    I’m most likely to get one in the Spring. 

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    bigE
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    Welcome Windmeister…nice!

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    looknup
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    Windmeister is on my list!

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