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Thanks Yogi1kanobee - NV Set up

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by pistolpete1981, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. pistolpete1981

    pistolpete1981 Busy Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Just wanted to show off my Yogi1kanobee home-made NV kit! Personally I think it is seriously sexy, especially as it only cost £70 and the image quality on the screen is awesome, very very nearly as good as my mates NS50 on clarity but I get eye shine out to about 100yrds!!! (As long as there is a backdrop for the IR laser to illuminate)

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    Please ignor the folded back walking sock, need to buy one of those stock pouches other people seem to have.

    Cheers

    Pete
     
  2. Yogi GunKanobee

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    Sexy looking little setup ya got there! ;)
     
  3. kenhawker

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    You don't need a pouch. 2 strips of velcro does the trick.
     
  4. Yogi GunKanobee

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    Hey Ken, I use what looks like a little velcro belt from B&Q. They work really well on Stealths ;)
     
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    Very tidy mate :up:
     
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    cheers bud.
     
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    Looks spot on, enjoy :up:
     
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    I used a 2 inch piece of black elastic to hold battery pack in place in middle of stock so can be flicked on or off by the trigger
     
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  9. gotta go tactical

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    Thats a real nice, neat and tidy job there mate...well done...:up:
     
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    Seriously nice!!!!!! If I had a PCP I'd be ordering one right now!!!
     
  11. kenhawker

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    Make one then as these are already being used on springers and rifles with good results.
     
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    That looks awesome, I need to make one of them when I finally have money again.
     
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    Hi Pete,jimbo here,where did you get the kit from for your night scope setup,real neat.
     
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    hi Pete,jimbo here,you say it only cost £70 for your night site set up,where did you get it from?am new to night shooting so not got much idea,real neat.
     
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    yea id like to know where these items were purchased
     
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    Great minds think alike, same screen, same camera, same magazine and I think the battery might also be the same :)

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    soon as i have sorted a decent scope out for the Hornetstar thing ill be taking Ken up on his offer of help with a setup of my own :)
     
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    Great set-up. It's where I'm going - hopefully!
     

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