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Lamps

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Pedley86, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. Pedley86

    Pedley86 Well-Known Member

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    Looking for a lamp for my hw100 just want some advice on which one.
     
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    Darren Petts Temporarily Alive

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    Deben mini pro. Avoid the 6v Logun ones. Simply too feeble for the job. They're fine for the actual shot but no good for scanning. You want 12v.
     
  3. The Bailiff

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    Save your banger mate and buy a 3 watt cree Tesco's torch for £12 you will not regret it.
    See my thread on it and steve410 purchased one aswell so ask him what he thinks?.
     
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    You wont go wrong with one of those cree torches,I have one mounted on my gun and another i use for spotting.No wires or battery to carry about.The output is a lot better than a dedicated gun lamp at a fraction of the cost !

    Pm me if you want to buy my Tracer :D
     
  5. Pedley86

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    How long does the battery last on this touch you speak of.Which tracer is it andy does it come with battery/charger thanks.
     
  6. Guvnor RBM

    Guvnor RBM Keyboard Hero

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    Aye, it's a cracking lamp, I have 2, one on the Beretta and one on the Russian thing
     
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    How long does the battery last on the cree.
     
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    Guvnor RBM Keyboard Hero

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    Cant say for sure as I've not killed them yet, but with cree's the battery will last much much longer than a normal bulb. I must be running at 4 or 5 hours worth of on off use
     
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    look at these www. dealextreme.com
     
  10. Guvnor RBM

    Guvnor RBM Keyboard Hero

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    There cheap, but the workmanship is very hit and miss.

    Ive ordered a few times and atleast 40% of my orders never landed :(

    ---------- Post added at 23:43 ---------- Previous post was at 11:53 ----------

    I went out tonight to make sure my scope is nice and zero'd for tomorrows bunnie hunt, but as it was pitch black I needed a lamp, so I took the Tesco cree lamp off my Beretta and made a quick bodge fit to my Diana with a couple of fabric bands...

    Well impressed with the lamp at 30 yards :)

    [​IMG]
     

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