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    Recommend me some battery opperated lamping gear!

    As per the title gents, I'm after some battery opperated lamping gear. Do most of mine from the land rover but need to get out more on foot. I have lightforces in 140 and 210 guise but don't know if they're suitable for walking around with? I want as light as possible, be able to use it going solo and it needs to have good battery life!

    Kind regards

    Tom
    I'm telling Captain - from the Wee'est of men.

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    have you lookde at the night master, they have some great reviews on here, im thinking of getting one myself, just the cost of them.
    http://www.scottcountry.co.uk/products_cat.asp?main=219
    atb
    simon

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    I use a Deben Ledray Pinspot:http://www.deben.com/tracer-gun-lights/LR3530.html
    It's small, reliable, lightweight and solidly built.

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    Nightmaster 800 is the way forward, with the red filter easily out to 400 yards and nice and light to clamp on your scope if on your own and if with a mate something light and easy to carry without a battery pack or cables clinking or getting in the way!

    Best 160 I have ever spent, well apart from this one time when I paid for a "friend" to have a hot stone massage

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    Another vote for the NM800 range

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    If you're lamping on your own, the NM800 is the tool to benchmark against right now. Still a place for the LF170 if you're with a buddy. You will not regret getting a NM800 and a red drop in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric the Red View Post
    If you're lamping on your own, the NM800 is the tool to benchmark against right now. Still a place for the LF170 if you're with a buddy. You will not regret getting a NM800 and a red drop in.
    +1

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    I use a deben 14ah litium ion battery with a clulite LA10. This lasts for several hours and I like the option of attaching the lamp easily to the rifle/scope.
    Below is a link to my website.
    Quad sticks

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    depends if you want a remote switched dimmable light with the option of changing colour with a flick

    yet to find a torch style LED version that can

    I use a Deben Tri Star LED with hooky eBay battery
    lasts 5 or 6 trips out before needing a charge.

    ​works a charm

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