- Sep 1, 2021
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- New Mexico
- 1999 Nissan Frontier, 2015 F-150, 1984 Jeep CJ7
One of the things I’m really looking forward to in my CT is hunting Elk on southern Montana public lands. My dad’s truck (Nissan Frontier) was modified to disable all lights (interior, headlights, brake lights, blinkers, ect, with the flip of a couple of switches. Has anyone given any thought as to what a “Hunting Mode” might do? It would be great if all lights could be disabled from the control screen, and the screen itself dimmed, once you were off road.
Any hunters have any other suggestions?
I don't hunt but have friends that do, isn't it illegal in most states to hunt most animals at night, and isn't it also illegal to hunt from a vehicle?
As far as starlink in the woods it wouldn't work very well, the trees will block the signal. I am hoping for the ability to cache maps like some of the software I use on my cell phone.
As far as bullet proof, against small caliber handgun rounds maybe, against rifle rounds that have much more energy no. The history of the term bullet proof was always subjective and originated with body armor when single shot firearms were becoming more common on the battlefield. Firearms were getting rapidly more powerful and the thickness needed to protect the wearer became too heavy to be practical. That is until modern composites and ceramics but even them they come with a classification as far as protection.