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Leopardo 2E TC Peri Cover

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Hi All

Just been frigging around in SB on me new Laptop.

(Runs fine on 64 bit windows 7.)

The TC Peri cover for the Leopardo 2E seems to appear under the Peri's TIS Clock. Also there appears to be a circular view like the gunsights, when the cover is down.

(see screenshots)

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Hi All

Just been frigging around in SB on me new Laptop.

(Runs fine on 64 bit windows 7.)

The TC Peri cover for the Leopardo 2E seems to appear under the Peri's TIS Clock. Also there appears to be a circular view like the gunsights, when the cover is down.

(see screenshots)

The view with the shield down is through that hole as you can see in attached pic. When the TC use the PERI shield the PERI is locked to a fix position to avoid damaging. The circular view if i remeber correct is normal and the reason is that TC watching a GPS extension and not the normal view.

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PERI.jpg.5980ecf103197f852c1777ceb3c2088

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"Peep holes" in sight covers is normal nowadays. Just like with CV9030 when lowering ballistic shields, you can still look through small holes: enough to engage targets.

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Yeah I understand the Peep Holes.

What I am questioning is why there is a black circular mask "Telescope View" (Such as M1A1 GPS) applied over a "digital view" (Normally Square, such as CV90 TIS view, I.E. a video monitor)

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