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Good news Heads up for 10w Cree torch

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by the ratcher, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. the ratcher

    the ratcher Engaging Member

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    Hi all Aldi are selling these for £12.49.

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    They are claimed to be 490 Lumens and have a range of 230 Metres after trying one out last night with the beam fully focused would say the usable range would be 150 metres but you can see eyes shining out a lot further. The beam is not the tightest I have seen but at this price they are great value for money. After trying the first one last night I went back today and got another. :up:
     
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    how tight is the beam would you say at 50 yds? is the tube 25mm?
     
  3. Grumpyoldman

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    i got one Dam good torch but as mentioned not a very beam but im happy with it
     
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    The tube is 30mm I would say the beam is about the same as my tracer 170mm at 50 yards.
     
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    Go on Ben pictures of it mounted on your DS will just make it the ultimate ratting gun.
     
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    hello, what batteries it use and could you use any cree 501b componants like a red led or convex lens??
     
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    the Ds is an awesome rifle but crap for rats . its my stalking hide and target rifle ( that could all sound relay bad out off context :eek: ) and that Torch is way to big to mount . only using laser designators for night shooting now and the torch is probably bigger than the bull pup im hoping to purchase very soon :rolleyes: @ ratman it takes 2 C batteries , comes with 2 cheap ones . Grumps has abused the Hell out off this Torch . on about 8.5 hours now with no loss of illumination :eek: Must have quality components to get grumps approval
     
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    I should have said this is a great torch for general use but is to big and heavy to mount on a scope. But that said it will be ok for lamping if you have someone with you to use it.
     

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