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    Who makes good windicators

    Can some one direct me to some one that makes good windicators , I have flags but need a couple of wind indicators. Thanks for any advice.

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    Wind probes

    Gene Beggs's probes are the standard! Look for him in the members list and contact him and see what he has available!

    I have two of his and love them!

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    As was mentioned the Beggs probe is the Gold Standard. Last time I contacted him he still had pieces & parts but wasn't building them any longer.
    Look in the classified section here & there is a guy making the Beggs design with Gene's permission. Don't own one personally but have shot over them & they are excellent.
    I have a couple large Keeney probes that I'm very happy with. Very well built.

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmaxx243 View Post
    Can some one direct me to some one that makes good windicators , I have flags but need a couple of wind indicators. Thanks for any advice.
    My friend Bob Brooks from Maine makes an exact duplicate of Gene Begg's probes. He makes 2 sizes and the rimfire guy's really like his smaller ones. You can reach him at 207-651-6154.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Pag View Post
    My friend Bob Brooks from Maine makes an exact duplicate of Gene Begg's probes. He makes 2 sizes and the rimfire guy's really like his smaller ones. You can reach him at 207-651-6154.
    Thanks my friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmaxx243 View Post
    Thanks my friend!
    As a FYI, I have the large Gene Beggs indicators and prefer them over the small. I shoot 50 yard Rimfire and I just find them more sensitive to the wind and easier to read.

    Les

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