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    Deer light Night master

    As anybody bought the Deer light nightmaster 800 and used one ,I am interested in getting one but could do with some of your reviews. This is going to be more for rabbits than foxing. Any input would be usefull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 270rem View Post
    As anybody bought the Deer light nightmaster 800 and used one ,I am interested in getting one but could do with some of your reviews. This is going to be more for rabbits than foxing. Any input would be usefull.
    You'll find a number of threads about this unit on here. It will be adequate provided you dont want to ID past 4-500 yards and shoot past 300.

    It's a hell of a unit for the money.
    Nooooooooooooobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!! Our main weapon is.........

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    Got one with the red led and best money I have spent on a lamp as its very very light, works well on top of the 243 and the 22 Air as the beam close range is tight enough it sits in the boot of my car with spare battery and the extension tube for 2 batteries when using any led bar the white one.

    Popped a fox at 263 yards and could see it as if it was a 100 yards. That was the first night I got it and now no more bulky jangling battery pack and get about 4 hours of use per charge!

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    just a shame that dereelight will not post to uk. their only $98 with the red drop in. taclight are making a killing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by activeviii View Post
    just a shame that dereelight will not post to uk. their only $98 with the red drop in. taclight are making a killing.
    the dereelight is sold in uk

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    Got one, it's a fair unit, just better than my lightforce 170 with a red filter, brighter and a tighter beam! Can't comment on battery life, mine hasn't run out when I'm out, but was using it with the lightforce. Comes into its own when on the scope, especialy lamping rabbits from a truck. The only bad bits are that the batteries rattle in the tube so they need a ring of insulation tape on em. Changing from red to white LED is a pain, ask for another top housing, they supplied one free! This makes swapping a doddle, and you dont have to handle the LEDs. And the price!
    I didn't get the remote switch, cos they're supposed to be having a dimmer switch available in Jan, that would make it even better. So would I recomend one? Yes, I don't think you'll be dissapointed!
    Kev.

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    $98 in the US and 120 to 160 in the UK

    Thas 60 in the states, total rip off,, again

    Buy it from the US methinks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraith View Post
    the dereelight is sold in uk
    yes under the taclight name who has tide up the uk with them being the only importers of the deerelght. If you go the deerelight web site and place an order for the light it will come up and say 'Will not sell to UK, contact local importer' but you can click on the price and pay via paypal. you just need some one over seas to take it in and post it on to you.

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    Hello,

    We have the Night Master 800IR's in stock, and have just been developing the new mount kit to sell with N750's

    As it happens I have just been testing one on my Digisight N750 and its the closest thing ever to a Laserluchs at a fraction of the price.

    On our test target at 200m, i not only completely illuminated our dummy fox, but i could count the chain links on the security fence behind him.

    Stunning performance for the money in my opinion.

    Here are some images I took today of the new mount system.






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    Like the look of that mount, if I wanted to use another torch in there, what's the ID when closed ?

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