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    Default British Trilux / SUIT / SUSAT manual pdf

    Howdy folks.

    There is a British SUIT sight manual available now for download via bittorrent.

    It's a 110mb pdf file and will tell you everything you want to know (if you're a soldier, that is) about the SUIT (aka the Trilux sight).


    Remember to seed 1:1 and enjoy




    Edited due to idiocy.

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    I've never even seen a SUSAT for sale, but there has to be a few around...

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    Quote Originally Posted by [486] View Post
    I've never even seen a SUSAT for sale, but there has to be a few around...
    Never even heard of a SUSAT before I looked up SUIT sight. . .

    This is the critter covered by the manual:


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    Quote Originally Posted by [486] View Post
    I've never even seen a SUSAT for sale, but there has to be a few around...
    I saw a SUSAT FS a while back - was going for a crazy amount. I picked up a SUIT scope a few months ago for $250. Seen them for as much as $400.

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    Is it a torrent file?
    What's a good and idiot proof torrent program?

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    Running windows? torrent

    Running any OS? Transmission

    Running any OS? Deluge

    If you're hardcore, rtorrent is the best of them all. . . .

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    I use utorrent I t works good, and you don't have to set up ports and stuff...

    Quote Originally Posted by nalioth View Post
    Never even heard of a SUSAT before I looked up SUIT sight. . .

    This is the critter covered by the manual:
    They are what the UK put on their L85s they are supposed to be indestructible.

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    (off topic)
    IMNSHO, speaking as an IT guru, I wouldn't recommend running as a Torrent client because the design of Torrent places your IP on "the list" of places for others to go as a download site. The end result will be more traffic over your connection. Meaning a slower web browsing experience. It takes a while for it to purge out so you can't just turn it off and expect to suddenly be better. True this won't be a problem for some people but it was enough for me to notice.

    OK back on topic...

    The Russians liked the SUIT scope so much they copied it into the 1P29. Most all of the SUIT scopes' tritium inserts are depleted and you can find refurb details on FAFILES.

    I too have heard the SUSAT scopes are primo quality. I'd like to get my hands on one. About the closest thing we have in the US is the Trijicon. And at about the same price.

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    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcpookie View Post
    (off topic)
    IMNSHO, speaking as an IT guru, I wouldn't recommend running as a Torrent client because the design of Torrent places your IP on "the list" of places for others to go as a download site. The end result will be more traffic over your connection. Meaning a slower web browsing experience. It takes a while for it to purge out so you can't just turn it off and expect to suddenly be better. True this won't be a problem for some people but it was enough for me to notice.
    OK.

    With bittorrent you can't "aim" at any particular IP address and download. Your bit torrent software asks all visible IPs that have the file (partial or complete) for a piece of the pie that it doesn't have yet.

    Bittorrent explained - a long read, but very simple to understand.

    Not sure where you came up with your theory, pookie, but it's incorrect.



    Here is what I think is happening to you, pookie.

    If you don't set any limits (for upload or download speed) in your torrent client, some torrents with hundreds or thousands of participants will saturate your upload bandwidth, which makes all your other internet apps apparently slow down or "stop".

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