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    Any experience with B.E. Meyers NV

    I have tried searching the Hide and have not found any information on B.E. Meyers NV (Owl & Prowler) to be specific. I have no experience with NV and was wondering if anybody here has used, seen, or even heard of BE Meyers NV.

    http://www.bemeyers.com/index.php?op...catid=23&id=21

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    Re: Any experience with B.E. Meyers NV

    Never used their newer NV systems, but GREAT IR laser systems! Built like a tank and powerful as hell in some units.
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    Re: Any experience with B.E. Meyers NV

    I know B.E.'s son...good folks, generally though, you can totally forget civilian sales from them.

    They supplied a bunch of their different laser/illuminators to 7SFG & 1/2 MSOB in Afghanistan when I was there.

    They are built like tanks...not very small though when you compare it to an LA5.

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    Re: Any experience with B.E. Meyers NV

    Shoot a call to 1-425-881-6648 and ask for a rep from the Surveillance section who will be able to address your questions. As Doorkicker stated, there are some restrictions in place via ITAR but that depends on what you are looking for.