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Advice Which lamp

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by p45ton, Feb 16, 2012.

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    I know its bone idle but I just want to buy a very light weight lamp for my air ranger. I don't mind spending up to around £80 (ish) but I haven't a clue what get, no experience at all this area.:confused:

    Is this any good http://www.deben.com/tracer-gun-ligh...gun-light.html ?

    Any suggestions what to look at?

    Cheers




     
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    Cheers, they do look good. Is a stock mounted pressure switch worth having? I can't see where the switch is?
     
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    200 lumens is plenty enough I'd have thought.
     
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    For spotting, should you carry a hand held one as well? For debate, maybe, slightly more lumins?
     
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    its not always the lumens that matters its more to do with the shape and texture of the torches reflector and the tightness of the beam.
    lidl's had some 150lm cree led torches in a few days ago for £9.99 that were 150 lumens and where plenty bright enough to lamp out to 40 yards and spot out to 100 yards

    the tourch i gave a link to above is 500 lumens but is no better than the lidl 150 lumen one.
    i bought another with a bigger reflector that you could lamp out to 200 yards! its still 500 lumens... only trouble with it is you have to cycle through 5 modes lol but its useable
    heres the link, nice tight beam with it! and didnt cost much at all
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CREE-Q5-L...rnsTorches&hash=item564715508c#ht_1934wt_1037
     
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    I don't know much about lamps, torches but what i know is the Led Lenser P7 is a great bit of kit and is spot on for me.
     
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    I have got a lidl one but the cycle modes pee me off but it will do for hand held. Ta for the help, think I'm going for the easy option 'Led Lenser P7'. Thanks all for the help & guidance, very much appreciated.
     
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    what ever you get let us know how you get on with it:)
     
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    Will do....
     
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    Sorry had a blond moment (well bald really)!!!!
     
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    The Led Lenser P7 is a pocket rocket, i use the Led Lenser P14 when out with the dog.

    Check you tube, plenty of clips on there buts here one to show you what i mean it's good

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEdPJaq6t9s
     
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    LOL, ta for help...
     

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