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  • Rock River Arms Case Study

    Burris MTAC: Quality Battlefield Optic on a Budget My own experience with Burris began last year when I purchased Rock River Arms’ excellent LAR-15 Predator Pursuit with the intention of setting it up as a semiautomatic precision rifle (SAPR) capable of engaging targets in close quarters (CQB) out to 600 yards with the 5.56 cartridge, not an easy task. I needed an optic that allowed me to keep both eyes open like an EOTech, Aimpoint, or Trijicon reflex sight, but also allowed for reasonably precise shot placement on threats at greater distances. The optic must be tough as nails, simple to use, affordable, and above all else, reliable. Enter the Burris MTAC 1-4x24mm rifle scope. Overview Make no mistake, the MTAC is a combat optic, so if you…

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  • Burris Optic Case Study

    both eyes open like an EOTech, Aimpoint, or Trijicon reflex sight, but also allowed for precise shot placement on threats on man-sized targets at greater distances. The optic must be tough as nails, simple to use, affordable, and above all else, reliable. Enter the Burris MTAC 1-4x24mm rifle scope. Overview Make no mistake, the MTAC is a combat optic, so if you are looking for fine crosshairs found in F-Class and Benchrest competition circles keep moving. However, if you are in the market for a…

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  • Most Expensive Rifle Scopes

    expensive scope on our top 3 list. The Armasight Zeus 336 This outstanding scope aims to show you what will make an excellent choice in scopes. It is a high-performance thermal imaging camera that will fit any Picatinny MIL STD 1913 or Weaver rail. It has an external power supply and can record video. The specs on it include a magnification of 3-12x42 (30 Hz) on the thermal imaging and the FLIR Tau 2-336x256 (17 micron 30Hz core). All of this is alongside a 42mm lens. Trijicon TA31-ECOS ACOG…

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  • Observation Of Riley

    Eric estimated her to be approximately 23 inches long. The observation began with testing Riley’s physical development. Eric tickled the bottom of her foot, causing her toes to fan and then scrunch back together. This response is known as the Babinski reflex and it does not disappear until a baby is nine months or older (Santrock, 2014). She also showed evidence of the blinking reflex when her dad blew a puff of air into her face. This is another example of a typical response of an infant her…

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  • Piaget's Attachment Theory: A Psychological Analysis

    Biophysical When babies are born the weight a little more than 7 pounds ( Ashford & Lecroy, 2010, p.246). Raziel was born completely healthy, with no problems, weighing about eight pounds. Raziel had no problems during birth according to his mother. By my observations, Raziel has been developing well, for his age. His brain development and physical growth show that Raziel is heading on the right path, his mother said that she is blessed that he came out healthy because she was sometimes nervous…

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  • Child Reflex

    A reflex is a simple, involuntary, or automatic action that the human body does in response to certain types of stimulation without you even having to think about it. Every healthy person has many different types of reflexes, most of which we are born with. From the beginning newborns automatically know how to root for the breast for feeding or grasp a finger. Reflexes are the most complex motor activities that neonates demonstrate. Infants have dozens of reflexes there are three sets critical…

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  • Reflection Essay On Infants

    A reflex is an involuntary response to a stimulus. People are born with several different reflexes. There are reflexes for just about everything in your body. Most reflexes are active after birth. Examples of theses are, how a baby eats and their desire to get from point A to point B. I am just going to focus just on the reflexes of one- three month olds infants. This study I observed a six week old baby, named Lucy. Her mother gave permission for Lucy to be observed and tested for six…

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  • Diverse Classroom Reflection

    partner can hear you, turn back to the front of the room, wait quietly for everyone to finish. Keeping your students excited about learning is important. Having fun activities like a relay race or “turn and talk” breaks up the day and allows the students to unwind while still learning or retaining information. At the end of the day, the students will pack up their bags and wait patiently for their bus number to be called for dismissal. During this time, students can talk with friends quietly,…

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  • Baby Rylie Experiments

    change so much in such a little time. We see video’s on how much we move and how much activities we did. Now we can remember it and not have to watch videos so there we can see how much we can change in just a little bit. Now this paper will be telling all the research and experiment test we did. Infants have a lot of reflexes when they are born, but we only did a couple with the baby Rylie. Infants usually out grow all the reflexes in a little over a year. The reflexes that were the Tonic…

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  • What Is A Frightening Story

    bedroom, to place pillows, stuffed animals, and balls underneath my bed sheets to make it look like I was sleeping. As I was returning to the dinner table I started to walk slower and put on a grimacing face, next to wrapping my arms around my stomach in hopes to look as if I’m sick. My grandma said in a sweet caring voice, putting her arm around my shoulder, “oh darling, you don 't look so well.” My mother added with an concerning yet suspicious face, “are you alright?” I replied with, “I…

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