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Discussion in 'Computers' started by Elfreda Blau, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. Elfreda Blau

    Elfreda Blau Lurker
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    Ive been doing some research and noticed some of the new LED lights are rated to produce as much as 800 lumens .
    I want to get a new scope light with an adjustable beam or standard pin point beam. I hate a flood type beam for night hunting , it lights up the brush and anything behind it is easy to loose.
    What works for you guys ? I want opinions from actual users please not "arm chair" varmint hunters

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  2. Bob Maxey

    Bob Maxey Android Expert

    Do not ignore us Armchair Hunters. Some of us that do not hunt can likely answer your questions as well or better than many hunters.

    Are you connected to the three links you posted?
  3. Speed Daemon

    Speed Daemon Android Expert

    I'm a major flashlight collector, so I know more than most about the latest LED flashlights. I don't know what you mean by "adjustable LED light beam scale" though. Could you clarify please?

    If you're interested in a gun mounted LED designator with a variable spot-flood control, you might be interested in Laser Genetics products. They make laser devices with a continuously variable collimator that allow you to throw a beam no larger or smaller than what your scope sees.

    My flashlight of choice is the Olight M30, which is only rated at 700 lumens max, but has three different brightness levels plus strobe. I use its sister, the M20 Crimson, which has a red LED for night vision protection. Neither of these have a variable beam though.

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