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Lazer advice please.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Frenchie, Mar 17, 2009.

  1. Frenchie

    Frenchie Engaging Member

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    I di quite a bit of general hunting but much of my shooting is taken up with shooting roosting pigeons. I currently use an SMK QB78 Deluxe which is tuned to turn out 11.7 ft/lbs using 17g Coppa Point pellets fitted with a 6-25 X 50 Scope and an X-Verminator Scope Light. This outfit does the job very well but I am wondering if a Lazer mounted under the barrel might help with the roosters, especially inside buildings where I normally work on Pigeon Control. I've never used a Lazer before so I would welcome thoughts and opinions on them!:confused:
     
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    TBH, I guess it would depend on how you use it.

    I use my laser with set at say 20 meters, the red dot set at 30 meter and the iron sight set for 10 meters.

    Thats on my CX4.


    On my MP541k I have the Laser set at 25 yards, same as the red dot and use that for just plinking.


    My friend uses his laser as a marker for when shooing in the dark as he doesnt have a IR scope.

    Hope thats of some use
     
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    Thanks mate, that is quite helpful. I am thinking about using it in low light situations, do you find that yours helps out with this please?
     
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    I have in the past, but now I have a scope with a illiumated reticale I find that more to my taste.

    but on some thing with Iron sights or a pistol I find a Laser to be a great addition.

    It's good to note that the laser can be "too bright" though, as you to want to ruin your natural night vision if you get what I mean.

    Also, a green laser is much more visable than a red laser, so if you might want to use it in day light that would be the way to go.
     
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    Birds normally fly off immediately on sight of a laser whereas a Rabbit will happily sit there until the pellet lands.
     

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