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Offline getreal711

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Re: Night hunting light
« Reply #15 on: February 13, 2020, 07:20:48 PM »
I found this spotlight for use looking around my property at night for predators.man is it a bright concentrated beam of light. And less than $50. (BIGSUN Q953 10000mAh Rechargeable Spotlight 6000 Lumen LED Flashlight, Foldable Tripod and Strap, Wall and Car Charger Attachments)
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Re: Night hunting light
« Reply #16 on: February 13, 2020, 08:28:27 PM »
Iím a dealer for them Iíve sold most models. Nothing thatís brand new though if they have anything out for 2020. Havenít seen a new catalog from them yet.

Heath I have not. I have about 20 brands in boxes in the garage and shop. I hunted in New Zealand the first time and used them came home and dropped 600.00 in lights thatís how good they are. Everyone thatís hunts behind them buys them first chance they get. Next time up come in the evening and we will takeĒem out. Your wallet wonít like you after the trip lol.
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Re: Night hunting light
« Reply #17 on: February 15, 2020, 06:46:21 PM »
Iím a dealer for them Iíve sold most models. Nothing thatís brand new though if they have anything out for 2020. Havenít seen a new catalog from them yet.

Heath I have not. I have about 20 brands in boxes in the garage and shop. I hunted in New Zealand the first time and used them came home and dropped 600.00 in lights thatís how good they are. Everyone thatís hunts behind them buys them first chance they get. Next time up come in the evening and we will takeĒem out. Your wallet wonít like you after the trip lol.
sounds good. I bought my Larson electronics after hunting with a guy who had one. He had the 35 million candle watt. I bought the 50. In the right conditions I can see up to a mile. It wasnít cheap either. I paid 545.00 for mine.
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Re: Night hunting light
« Reply #18 on: February 15, 2020, 10:57:54 PM »
I have one of these. These are good spot lights. You can also buy different color lenses. I haven't seen anyone else with one, but it works really good. You can. Narrow the beam and widen it by Holding the base and screwing in or out on the lens. If you go to the website, they have many more options.
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Re: Night hunting light
« Reply #19 on: May 21, 2020, 10:03:42 AM »
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Re: Night hunting light
« Reply #20 on: Yesterday at 09:19:59 AM »
I have the Optical Dynamics CALS.  It is a very bright white light that doesn't do anything more than a green or red light does when it comes to predator hunting. 
Bright white lights tend to irritate animals after a while and they stop looking.  It advertises that it is a natural light so it doesn't bother animals.  It's LED and there is no LED that is natural light. 
It is high quality and a great flashlight for any purpose, unlike red or green.  It does not use rechargeable batteries and DO NOT use the rechargeable CR123As in flashlights, wrong voltage.
I have not been able to identify a coyote (through a scope) or identified shot placement any better (or further away) with this light over a red or green at a fraction of the cost.
I haven't given up on it, yet.

 


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