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Advice lamp choice

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by buckgav, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. buckgav

    buckgav Well-Known Member

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    hi, I'm looking at getting myself a new gun lamp. I have had a look around and narrowed it down to either Tracer Tri-Star 200m or Tracer LEDRay Tactical 500. however I can't decide which to go for,has anyone got any advise on which I should buy.
     
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    I cant say on the other, but I own the LED Ray 500, fantastic light! daylight view in pitch black through scope until about 40yards, but still good after that, eyes light up much further than that. the kit comes with everything you will ever need including colour lenses (does reduce distance) rechargeble battery, case, clips, scope fixings for both sizes plus heaps more. It uses the CREE R6 LED which is the latest technology.
     
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    Have you returned?
     
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    Tracer atom pro max are good lights indeed. Have a look at them
     
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    Depends on what you want to do with it but there's no need to spend that sort of money for a decent torch.
     
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    returned?lol
     
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    I have been using an ultrafire red led torch... I was happy with it when new,but it seems to have lost some of its power since (and yes i have charged/changed the battery).
    So I am basicly after a lamp/torch that will provide me with a good range of light as well as a good battery life. goes with out saying that the less i have to spend the better.but £140 is my absolute top end limit
     
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    Tracer atom pro max kits are under 100, or you could get a focusing xml t6 jobby for about £15 or get one of Terry's (above) torches (i think he makes/modifys and sells them)
     
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    cheer for that....i'll PM terry and see if he can help
     
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    I have one of terry's red led torches,you won't be dissapointed
     

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