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  • F350-6

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    Looking for some advice on what to get. I had an issue a while back with a bobcat and the dog getting into a fight in the middle of the night and as I went to grab a rifle, I told the wife to grab a flashlight. I've got some pretty nice flashlights, and keep one by the back door for just such a situation, but she for some reason decided to grab a 30 year old craftsman flashlight with old batteries that could only illuminate about 10'.

    I borrowed a laser scope from a buddy. It could adjust from a pencil beam laser to a wide beam flash light, green in color so animals can't see it when it's on the flood pattern. The one I borrowed was huge. I've talked to others who have smaller ones, but their issue seems to be battery drain.

    So who can suggest a, not too expensive, green laser/flashlight that I could clamp onto a scope since I don't have any of those evil looking assault weapons with rails on them? Or perhaps I should look into an offset scope ring and just use iron sights with the beam set to wide flood? I'm realizing my eyes don't work as well as they used to and am open for advice with all these new toys available today.

    I'm looking to put it on a 22 for shots less than 50 yards for things like bobcats, skunks, opossum, etc. Can anyone recommend a fairly small one that will go out to 50 yards and not drain the batteries if left in but not on?
     

    35Remington

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    I do not know of one that goes from laser to flood, but take a look at the Kill Light 100 from Elusive Wildlife Technologies based out of Conroe. I have one in green and it's great. Comes with everything you need, including lithium battery, home and cat charger, scope mount, pressure switch, etc.
     

    winchster

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    I do not know of one that goes from laser to flood, but take a look at the Kill Light 100 from Elusive Wildlife Technologies based out of Conroe. I have one in green and it's great. Comes with everything you need, including lithium battery, home and cat charger, scope mount, pressure switch, etc.


    Does the cat charger require any special gear? I'm thinking that would qualify as hazardous duty.
     

    35Remington

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    Here's some shots. Just walked outside and took these for you.

    Control. Dist to house is prob 50 yards.
    3u5enyne.jpg


    XLR100 on high. It has a low mode, too.
    sudatuba.jpg


    Trash can control:
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    XLR100 on high:
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    Light itself:
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    F350-6

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    I do not know of one that goes from laser to flood, but take a look at the Kill Light 100 from Elusive Wildlife Technologies based out of Conroe. I have one in green and it's great. Comes with everything you need, including lithium battery, home and cat charger, scope mount, pressure switch, etc.

    That looks pretty good considering it's shining past a street light. Does the battery wear down if when it's not in use, or is it something that can be charged up and left on standby for several weeks between charges?
     
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