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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby airwolf1 » 30 Nov 2013, 12:26

salop sniper wrote:Airwolf,

I would say theres a very stong chance you will find it too bright !

I will be using mine on quarry for the first time in a few weeks, iv taken it out for a shine a few times but with out the rifle (dog walking) but I have another large rabbit cull to do so it will be the true test for it for me.

ATB

Matt

thanks, oh large rabbit cull, hope you have packed your sub12 .177 :roll: :lol:
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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby salop sniper » 30 Nov 2013, 17:02

Lol :lol:

Sadly I will be making do with my over kill .22 huntsman @ 30ftlb :lol: 8-)

ATB

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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby redeyeraj » 11 Dec 2013, 12:11

Got the Torch and i must say it seems to be good quality for the money, but only thing is i Dont have a batteries so ive not powered it up yet, What is the best batt for this puppy ??
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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby salop sniper » 11 Dec 2013, 15:59

Ultrafire 18650 rechargable Batteries are best !
The alternitive is 2 x CR123A batterys which are expensive, but I have a acess to a few so PM me your email address and I will get 4 in the post to you to get you started ! 8-)

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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby salop sniper » 11 Dec 2013, 17:06

Ultrafire 18650 bartteries and charger is what i recomend and where I buy from.
Bellow is the link you want :
http://www.ultrafire-shop.net/UltraFire ... category=5
£21.38
Mine has lasted 3 years and I have ordered new batterys so that I have 4 to go at, excessive yes but not a problem as i rotate them and use them so should never be without a chared spare or 3 :lol: 8-)

I also got a second charger and 12 lead for it so I can charge at home or on the move in the vehicle when shooting. No more cables for me :D
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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby salop sniper » 16 Dec 2013, 22:42

Raj,
I got a letter from RM, apparently I was very naughty posting the battery's and they have been destroyed :o :shock:

Sorry chap I did try but got caught !

Cheers

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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby airwolf1 » 16 Dec 2013, 23:18

Raj if you don't get batteries sorted in time for shooting on Sat I will bring my spare because my Nightmaster uses the same batteries.

salop sniper wrote:Raj,
I got a letter from RM, apparently I was very naughty posting the battery's and they have been destroyed :o :shock:

Sorry chap I did try but got caught !

Cheers

Matt


I didn't realise they did that!! I have ordered batteries from ebay etc in the past, is there a special postage for such items now?? just interested for future reference :)
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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby redeyeraj » 17 Dec 2013, 13:59

salop sniper wrote:Raj,
I got a letter from RM, apparently I was very naughty posting the battery's and they have been destroyed :o :shock:

Sorry chap I did try but got caught !
Cheers
Matt




Hi Matt

I didnt know RM didnt send batts, I guess its a way for them to charge more for special delivery lol.
thanks for trying , it was well appreciated.

Merry Christmas

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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby salop sniper » 17 Dec 2013, 14:18

They will send Batterys but only if they are in the oridginal packaging, I had just wrapped these in bubble wrap !

I didnt realise either and thought it was a bit bit petty as they were well wrapped.
Heres the bumff on it all there is a shed load of restrictions :http://www.royalmail.com/business/help-and-support/tell-me-about-restricted-goods

ATB

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Re: Hunting/lamping light recommendation

Postby redeyeraj » 18 Dec 2013, 10:49

I got a pair of batts in the post, plugged them in and i must say i was well pleased with my purchase, for the money i dont think you can go wrong. its good quality with plenty of power for what i need to do , Thanks for every-ones assistance
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