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IR spots mound to 4x4

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics' started by pestie, May 2, 2012.

  1. pestie

    pestie Engaging Member

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    grays in essex
    ok, so they are not tested on the nv yet, but wanted to get them in a working position before friday night, as if the rain holds off it'll be lamping over the orchards, and testing the nv too,
    now when I shoot my permission its all done from the drivers seat, rifle fits on a door mounted rest and Im looking/aiming ahead of the car, being driver and shooter I can position the car/shot angle where ever I want it, but if Im over the orchards which is a friends permission, we have one of us driving, and the other shooting from passengers window 90 degree's to the car/front (down between rows of trees)

    the lamps therefore needed to be movable, at first I toyed with the idea of a turntable affare with the lamps wired in permantly through the roof, after mulling over ideas in my head a new plan was hatched, lamps mounted on a plinth, that could be fixed in either one of the two positions, the plinth sits on 2 posts that then have "c" clips pushed through to hold it all in situ, the wire then simply gets trapped in the door, fitting into one of the auxially 12v sockets



    at least this way, if after testing they dont work as good as Im hoping, they can be removed, rather than having a hole drilled in roof
  2. bunnyblatter

    bunnyblatter Pro Poster

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    I had a roof mountable remote controlled lamp for sale but nobody was interested in it
    you could mount it by magnet or suction pad
    very bright and the remote worked from very far away
  3. kenhawker

    kenhawker Honorary Member

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    Stoke on trent
    Looks mint pestie.

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