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Logun Gun Lamp

Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by Nicksi, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. Nicksi

    Nicksi Engaging Member

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    Decided to get one of these for a couple of reasons;

    Reasonably priced
    Lightweight

    On arrival the setup is dead simple. The mounting system is simplicity itself, an ingenious clip allows for instant removal / placement so you can take it off very easily for daytime hunting.

    Field test - we've lots of sheep and cattle on the farm so initial range testing of beam was on these. (The gun wasn't loaded!) I was impressed the eyes could clearly be seen glowing out to the 100 yard stated range. OK so you don't see much else apart from the eyes, but then what's the point? As long as you know something's there.

    First rabbit was illuminated at 35 yards - full detail of features were clearly illuminated - didn't even need the illuminated reticle on the scope as the black was clearly outlined against the bunnies head.

    Overall very impressed so far.

    + points - lightweight (so doesn't upset the balance of the gun)
    - Looks good, low profile / tactical styling.
    - plenty of battery life.
    - ample illumination for my needs - rabbiting out to 35 yards.

    - points - no indication of battery charge (unless beam goes dead)
    - illumination not great for longer range shooting (wouldn't recommend for rimfire / FAC airgun)
    - filter kit should be included - expensive extra at 15 quid for a few pieces of coloured plastic and a snazzy piece of plastic / rubber to mount them in.

    Summary - simple design and good battery life make for an efficient piece of kit. Illumination is fine for short range shooting and medium range spotting. I think you'd struggle with it if you were unfamiliar with the territory and didn't know where to expect the bunnies to be - this I'm sure is where a longer range beam would be handy so you could spot from afar and sneak up accordingly. If you know exactly where the bunnies should be, can walk yourself into range, illuminate and shoot, this thing is perfect.
     
  2. sharpshooterpete

    sharpshooterpete Donator

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    Good review:up: has helped me out as im not sure weather to get one or not!

    pete.
     
  3. simply james

    simply james Banned

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    nice review mate.
     
  4. paul71pc

    paul71pc Newbie

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    Good review mate, I'm thinking of getting one, to use with my Clulite as the main lamp
     
  5. The Bailiff

    The Bailiff Busy Member

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    Nicksi i am not having a pop mate but i think it might be worth pointing out to the youngsters reading this that are learning to lamp that you should never shoot what you can't see!
    Shooting at just sparkling eyes is def a no! no!.
    I use the logan lamp and find the green filter is best as it shows everything really clearly like the picture you would see through NV.
    Your right though i think the logan is a great lamp but have a look at the Surefire tactical lamps they kick the butt of the logan and are really lightweight and easy to mount, cheap to for what they are.
     

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