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    Re: DR, AP, and tables (was: Silicon Beach)
    From: Gary Harkins
    Date: 2004 Feb 22, 13:26 EST
    In a message dated 2/22/2004 1:15:49 PM Eastern Standard Time, ReneeMattie@HOTMAIL.COM writes:
    Bennett alludes
    to the same weaknesses (body close to horizon or directly overhead).  I
    cannot say how It compares to Ageton's.
    Since the "need" to take a sight below 10* or higher than 75* would be rare indeed, I'm not too worried about these limitations.  The expanded Ageton's tables will work well even beyond these values.
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