SE is proud to present our Military Prismatic Sighting Compass with Pouch.
Features include: (1) Thermo-elastic liquid-filled capsule with floating dial (2) Rotating bezel ring (3) Ruler units on the sides measuring in both inches and centimeters (4) Built-in bubble level (5) Folding thumb ring (6) Tripod screw hole on base (7) Adjustable diopter sighting lens (8) Sighting lines on cover (9) Conversion chart for angle, gradient & distance on back plate (10) Heavy-duty digital camouflage print cover (11) 36” lanyard (12) Water-resistant nylon pouch
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SE products are quality items for extremely reasonable prices. SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness this Military Prismatic Sighting Compass with Pouch has to offer.
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Get the ultimate direction finder in digital camouflage print
Compass face diameter: 2-1/8" (marked in 5-degree increments)
1/4-inch sighting lens & sighting lines on cover
Entire compass measures 3-1/4 x 2-1/2 (inches)
Comes with water-resistant nylon pouch & lanyard
Model number#: CC4580

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I know nothing about compasses except that I should probably take one with me when I hike in the woods. Is this a decent choice for a newbie? Is there something to always look for in a good/decent compass?

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Call me a spendthrift, but if I am in a situation that calls for me to actually use a sighting compass, I would rather spend the money and get a Camenga 3H.

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While I am not referring to you specifically I notice a lot of "spendthrifts" don't buy anything for an emergency but have all the answers prior to one. You know the guy, talking about 1000 dollar all weather tires prior to a snow storm but he is running on three balds and a donut criticizing the guy with the 40 dollar snow chains. I personally would rather be the guy half prepared in the real world than zombie proof in his wet dreams.

Yes, the best gear is often worth top dollar but if you aren't daily navigating via grid maps this might be a good item in your car.

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LOL. The phosphorescent version is actually a decent value vs the tritium 3H. And phosporescent paint never leaks and fades like tritium sometimes does. The ultimate tacticool intimidating Camenga Tritium SWAT Black model is only $90 so you don't have to be a spendthrift to own Cammenga. With the SWAT Black model one knows exactly where to turn north towards the master bedroom, after precisely five paces east into the living room, before shooting the homeowners yapping puppy and flashbanging their infant in her crib.
Now that I'm a civilian I find 1:24k silva's to be lightweight and sufficient although they are fragile. With 1:24k maps I don't really need a sighting compass provided I'm not in a featureless flat terrain. 1:24k maps are such a luxury that I can terrain associate without much effort and rarely need a compass at all.

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