Radar Missouri LEO on I-44 Northbound On-Ramp...

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  1. Brainstorm69

    Brainstorm69 TXCTG 2016 MOTY Advanced User Premium Member

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    I'm heading south 6 miles from St. James. Sneaky b@stard. Never mind the date and time stamps, I had my dashcam unplugged too long. This was today.

     
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    Choose Life 35.5 hater R3 Day One User Advanced User Premium Member

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    The tossers
    Will just sneak up and club a man in the back
    Never wanna take a man on squared up
     
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    In that area of I-44 they are pretty sneaky! That was excellent range by the Uniden! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    The Only Sarge 7 decades of hauling ass Advanced User MFG/Vendor

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    It's all for safety
     
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    @Brainstorm69 i have recently noticed that around here that they are doing this more often. Not that they have been doing it but now they are doing it more frequently!
     
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    Go to Georgia and it would be laser from behind...
     
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    Keep that in Georgia! Do not let that get out and spread into Missouri!
     
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    Nasty trap. Nice range. Would love to see how much warning you would get if you were heading into the trap going the other direction as in FF.
     
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    Ya, I'm always tempted to do a FF encounter vid on these. Nice one @Brainstorm69. Is this your pre-production or another one?
     
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    Yeah they're bloody sneaky up there. I've seen that very same set up in other areas of Missouri. Bastards.

    BTW they're doing quite a bit of Vascar along I-44 lately...not far from that stretch too; Cuba and Devil's Elbow are two areas they've hit recently. You never know exactly where and when they're gonna show up (unless you're monitoring of course). @KCsilverado (who's last few tickets have been from Missouri Vascar operations) put me onto the free flightradar24 app, which does a great job showing their presence on screen if you set filters for 500-4000 feet and 0-80 knot speed. Just a matter of having the map open and visually checking every now and then. If any planes show up on the screen, tap on them to see their flight pattern. The loops are the dead giveaway. Plus they'll be the ones not showing their tail numbers like every other plane reported by the app. They're tryin' their hardest to be sneaky there too hahaha

    I-44 W vascar lines. I-44 E vascar lines.
     
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    Yep they love a perch on top of an on ramp. At least he was running CO or sloppy IO because usually they are more selective than that.
     
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    That was some nice range. What a sneaky sob. We get some sneaky cops around here as well.
     
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    That is one great way to avoid being pinned on Waze!
     
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    Unless you're an asshat like me and intentionally make yourself late just to turn around and drop a pin right beside him! I pinned one at the gas station yesterday just because the fool left his radar on. I turned around and pulled up to the pump right beside him, pinned him, got out/said hello, then went in for a cup of coffee. Totally worth it!

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    It's my low numbered production model.
     
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    Yeah, I was thinking about it. If I didn't have the family along and hadn't already driven 500 miles....
     
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    You should be used to 500 miles, that is a normal testing day.
     
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    Speaking of testing, isn't today testing day?
     
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    Boom ! Georgia is a lot sneaker than MO. IMHO
     
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    Now what I would say is this is a good way to avoid getting marked on Waze. RD users (with at least a decent detector should do reasonably well with this, though it is FF so that is a little harder, especially for the low end RD users.