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Tracer Universal Swivel Mount

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by markh, Dec 24, 2008.

  1. markh

    markh Engaging Member

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    Does anyone own, have or seen a Tracer Universal Swivel Mount ?
    I am looking to add a lamping light to my kit but want to mount it ideally off the air supply of my Weihrauch.
     
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    For anyone who maybe interested....
    Have been told by Deben Sales that the clamp can attach to an item upto 30mm diameter.
    Could therefore be ideal for attaching a lamping unit under a moderator/silencer :)

    Will see about getting hold of one shortly to see for sure.
     
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    This was the content of a review in AGW by Terry Doe. See if you can find back issues. I'll take a look for you in mine and let you know.

    He reviews the clamp and it looks like it maybe a universal fitting.
     
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    Thanks 'The Dodge'

    :down: I have been told by Deben that it will only attach to the Tracer Gunlight range (Atom, Max or the Mini lights), sadly I wanted to attach the Ledray GL2.

    Will have to keep looking for something else
     
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    Is there no way of adapting?
     
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    :):up: For anyone who is interested.......

    The mount as seen via the link above has arrived and works perfectly when attached to the air cylinder of my Weihrauch HW100T.
    I hope to buy a Ledray GL2 shortly, I will then test it on the mount and will follow up with some picture.

    ;)In the meantime I have been advised by Deben that they will be bringing out an ADJUSTABLE mount for the Ledray GL2 & 4 which will accomodate 25 & 30mm scopes....... however they are unable to give me any specification, pictures or time frames.
    Again watch this space as I will update it as soon as further information is available.
     
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  8. markh

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    :up: BEEN BUSY !!!

    Have taken some piccys of the mount attached to the gun as I see it at the moment, also with a marker pen to show where the Ledray would be and then one showing the mount itself.
    As it hangs quite low I may consider attaching the mount to the moderator at a later stage ??
     
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  9. markh

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    :up:
    Just to update I am now in the process of purchasing the LedRay GL2 (red version) once received I will add pics of it attached to my Weihrauch.
    Also got it for a SUPER £43.45 INC PP from the Optics Warehouse if anyone is interested. Nearest equivalent was £49.95!!!!
    :):):):)
     
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    I probably got the wrong idea of what you want but if this is any help to anyone i wanted to mount a laser (similar to your marker pen) to the air cylinder of my DS Harrier X ,i rang Daystate who said no one made a mount that size! Well Beamshot do its their RF6 Barrel Mount to fit 28mm to 32mm Barrels. It costs about £16 from JSRamsbottom. Hope this of help.
    Cheers
     
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  11. markh

    markh Engaging Member

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    Thanks for info 'bunideath' will have a look at this item too.

    Just to keep anyone up to date who may still be interested:D

    Here are the final pictures which I hope you will agree look good and work perfectly.:cool:

    View attachment 1452

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    Think i will get a couple of those, look like they will come in handy. :up:
     
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    just did a search on google for "LedRay GL2", if its the right pic, they look remarkably similar to the Ulrafire 501B which you an pick up from fleabay for under £20
     
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    Hi Snowman,

    That is a very good price if you can get a good mounting system.
     

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