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Question What Torch is in a LedRay Tactical 800 Kit

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by arrybash, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. arrybash

    arrybash Engaging Member

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    Hi,

    I am thinking of getting a Tracer LedRay Tactical 800 kit which are curently going for £120 of fleabay. However it seems to me that buying the kit is an expensive way of buying an LED torch with a few accessories. Hence I was thinking of just buying a torch and gun mount for now and save me a lot of cash.

    I am guessing that the torch in the Ledray Tactical 800 Kit is a standard LED torch, but does anybody know which one? Or if not a good comparable LED torch?

    Thanks

    Chris
     
  2. r10hunter

    r10hunter Honorary Member

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    Pm Terry1001 he may be able to do you a red led torch that is a lot better for air rifle and maybe at a cheaper price too.
    Cheers Andy
     
  3. oliver13

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    I got one of these last year: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ultrafire...kit-hunting-gun-air-rifle-light-/300889486852 - & was very impressed, they do a red version as well.
    The downside is it's made in China so you won't get Fenix or LED Ray sort of quality, I've got a drawerful of cheap Chinese LED torches going back years, all with a faulty tail switch switch but they are so cheap it doesn't really matter.

    If you want you can just get the torch/batteries/charger kit on it's own for a tenner: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ultrafire...ing_LightsLanternsTorches&hash=item51be2ea031

    Whatever Chinese QC is like they make a very good LED, the Cree XML T6 is excellent, but it will be more like 800 lumens than 1600...
     
  4. terry1001

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    There are some very expensive torches on the market but there's no need to pay that sort of money for a torch on an air rifle or rimfire. My thanks to Andy for the plug, you can see some of the torches I do here http://www.airgunforum.co.uk/forums/showthread.php/177909-Infra-red-and-visible-red-torches-for-sale.
    These start off as a white led, Chinese made (as is nearly everything these days) white Cree led torch and I modify them to improve the heat dissipation and to make sure that they will focus down to a nice tight beam. The leds that I use are either Oslon or Cree but are the best that can be bought as a single led and they come in IR. red or green and can be fitted with single or 3 mode drivers as required and I also do some which have a slightly lower powered led which will suit use on an air rifle or a Photon and give slightly longer battery life.
    If you want a coloured beam then it's much better to get a torch with a led of the correct colour, fitting filters is pretty well a waste of time as it reduces the light output by a considerable amount and if you want ir then filters are practically useless. For the price of that torch kit you could buy one of my torches and the parts to build yourself a good night vision unit.
     

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