The stalker xlr laser is so expensive tho :/I made the mistake of buying an old Prolaser 2 back in late 2007 or early 2008 (can't remember now lol) to test my LPP back then on my last car. I bought it cos it was the only thing I could find on eBay at the time but as luck would have it, not very long after I got it, an LTI Marksman showed up on there and I ended up buying that too. Pity how I wasted money on a gun that wasn't used in my area cos I rushed it so don't make that same mistake lol.
You're absolutely right. The thing is though, the gun pretty much dominates across the states, which means many people will want to test with it. Members are always looking to buy and XLR, so you can turn around and sell it for what you paid. Every lidar I have purchased, I sold for the same amount. Except for the prolite I bought off Ebay. I pretty much gave that one away.The stalker xlr laser is so expensive tho :/
Or the PL3 since it's still used by many PD's. Likewise, (correct me if I'm wrong) but it's similar to the PL4 in terms of performance and testing setups.If the Ultralyte is being used, look for the LRB which I believe still produced and sold, and can is probably one of the least expensive guns you can get on the used market. You can easily test and resell it here for the next person wanting to play and test....
members here often loan guns, but typically only to more established members, keep participating and you will get some friends built here that can probably help you out. otherwise pick up a cheap ebay gun and you can be the AZ tester guy!I'm not sure about buying a gun, but I sure wish there was a source for short term rentals. I can't seem to find anyone in AZ that I can test my setup with and would be wiling to rent one if I could.
The rental price is part of it, the cost of shipping both ways if necessary is the deal maker/breaker so the total cost would have to be reasonably affordable to persons. I would place that around $75 a pop with a late model gun.How much would you be willing to pay for a rental?
There was one listed about 3 hours from me but contact didn't work out well. ThanksProblem is for a Dragon, it's not worth it for most owners to lend it out even with a full deposit on the gun. It's really not the money that's the issue as I can always just buy another gun. But rather it's the source of the gun. If the gun ends up in the wrong hands, my source of the gun could get revealed and i would be out of a method of obtaining these guns.
I don't sell my outdated guns for that reason also. I'll lend it only to trusted members I personally know.
Are there really no testers in Arizona?
The UltraLyte 100/200 "LR" series of Lidars are no longer produced or repaired by the Mfg'r !I was thinking of picking up a used ultralyte long range from eBay that has been certified.