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    Re: Home made artificial horizon
    From: Fred Hebard
    Date: 2011 Oct 5, 16:12 -0400

    On Oct 5, 2011, at 1:45 PM, Geoffrey Kolbe wrote:
    > Gary, you wrote:
    >> And also those just learning CN work with the concepts and the math but 
    don't see any actual results. So being able to take sights in the backyard, 
    even though the sight taking technique is different, allows the new guy to 
    say, "wow, this stuff really works!"
    >> As to the idea of buying a professional grade AH for 595 Euros, for the 
    99.99% of us who will only be using the AH  as a learning tool or for the 
    occasional backyard fun session, it makes no sense to spend that kind of 
    money or to put off making an inexpensive one that can serve these purposes 
    quite well. The 0.01% of us who might actually use an AH for real navigation 
    while crossing the Sahara Desert (Geoffrey Kolbe, you know who you are) then 
    its price might be reasonable.
    > Touch� Gary ;-)
    > Geoffrey
    Well played all around!

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