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Laser torch as NV?

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by Aleegee, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. Aleegee

    Aleegee Member

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    Hi all,

    am a Newb regarding NV and have been considering all the options, home-made etc until I came across this:


    http://www.fotoresort.de/Laser-Taschenlampe-ND3-x30

    According to this Manufacturer, this Laser will transform any opticals into NV with a Range of 225m.

    Has anyone here any experience with these types of Lasers?

    Thanks
     
  2. r10hunter

    r10hunter Honorary Member

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    I would not bother. They spook things about the same as a white high power lamp. And you draw attention to yourself much more than using a red or white torch.
    For that price you could buy a high quality gun lamp or build some good quality DIY NV.
    Cheers Andy
     
  3. terry1001

    terry1001 Major Poster

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    Andy is spot on with his advice, if you want to shoot with a lamp get a red led torch and if you want to be totally covert go for a diy nv build which would cost less than that laser for a top spec unit.
     
  4. Titchgamer

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    Hi,

    You can buy laser designators very cheap from ebay these days (around £40) they are very bright and the green is easier to see than red.
    However they are not NV, They are basicly a laser powered torch.
    Good NV is not cheap sadly but if you need it then its worth every penny IMO.
     
  5. kermitboy1

    kermitboy1 Banned BANNED

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    I found that it also needs to be mega dark before the laser will work enough. I have recently bought a night vis monocular for spotting. I then just use my standard red gun light once I have spotted the vermin with the NV. Works really well, and I can use it with all my three rifles. Check out Yukon Exelon. Got my one for £248 delivered. KB1
     
  6. sillygarry

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    dont bother build your own night vision for less:up:
     
  7. scottroutledge

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    Im In the process of building a diy nv and its only going to cost around £80 all inand once up and running will be able to fit all of my rifles. The bits to make it came from ebay cheap as chips.
    Scott
     
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    Any Chance of your "Ingredients List"?


    Thanks in Advance!
     

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