Nightmaster 800 IC (extended 2 battery version)
Bought from new but never used outside of my house or garden - hence, surplus to requirements.
Charged and ready to go.
Torch and lens is unmarked
Comes in original cardboard case, charger, 2 batteries, gun mount (never out of the box).
As above, nice small unit but very handy and useful in the field for foxes and deer or even rabbits
2.5 - 10 x magnification, 50hz refresh rate, 900 meter range.
Well-known and reliable units.
Ruger M77 Mk2
Wood stock, great overall except for some scuffing and a bit of a ding in the forend underside, as shown in one photo.
Sling swivels and QD studs
Blued barrel threaded 1/2 UNF
Set of M77 specific paired heights of 25mm rings for the staggered receiver of this model.
Velco straps around any stock, comes with 3/4'' (i think) very firm but comfortable raiser insert. Useful for proper cheek welds on high mounted scopes like night vision and thermal can be. I use one on another rifle, this one is spare.
About £30 new
I've never owned or played with one them speaker fox caller thing.
I'm interested in getting one but too many option with function I am not sure about.
Could you guys please advise me on what functions is a must have and recomend me one. (Preferably a budget one unless if it is really worth...
Pulsar Digiforce NV860
Great entry level unit into the world of NV
Condition 9/10 (nearly as new)
Digital Night Vision
Built on I.R (3x power settings)
Built in rangefinder
Original carry case
Detachable lanyard hole doubles as tripod point or picatinny rail
I've always shot RH rifles but as a lefty I want my next one to be a LH. It'll be a foxing rifle in .223. Varmint. Remington 700 is an option. I've heard mixed reviews on them. I'm used to shooting a Howa 1500 varmint so I'm used to a budget rifle and had no complaints with it. I'm on a bit of a...
Looking to purchase a .223 varmint for my foxing. I do a lot with my .243 Howa Varmint 1500 but want a backup rifle and move my .243 over to deer rifle. I shoot archer attached to Vortex. Thinking another Howa but maybe stainless. Remington 783. CZ or maybe push budget to Tikka T3. All varmint...
Pulsar Quantum lite XQ23v
-Works perfectly and functions
-Not much noticable difference between this and the XQ30v.
- 22 months warranty remaining
-private sale, personal item.
£800 plus £7.50 post.
Seen similar older posts but as scope tech keeps moving on, thought I would ask the question now.
Looking along the lines of:
Zeiss V4 with 3 or 4 x starting mag with a 56 lens
Swarovski z6 (non ill) 2.5 - 15 with a 56 lens
Schmidt bender 2.5- 10 x 56 (classic type)
I have an empty 308 slot I fancy filling with one of the following,
.Howa Varmint barrel in Berzerk stock
.Mannlicher Steyr Cl, Sl,or stutzen
As you can see I’m a man of wide tastes...long range foxing weapon, or classy stalking companion...open to suggestions
It will be a...
My foxing setup for sale
Howa 1500 Varmint
over barrel Moderated (6.5 x 55) with neoprene cover (sorry can't remember the make but I tried seven and by far this was the best)
Atlas bipod with extensions
Blackhawk Axiom Rifle Stock, recoil reducing...
Pulsar n355 nv scope. £1000 inc tracked courier.
Perfect condition, used 3 times. Very good scope but changing set-ups and only wanted to try it out, hence sale. Comes with original box. Battery charger still wrapped as just used the one for my thermal scope.
Please contact if interested.
I currently use 55grn V-max in my .22-250 howa 1500 20" varmint to great effect on foxes (it is set up as a NV rifle with a photon extreme) just wondered what everyone else uses and your thoughts on the different heads available?
Cheers for your time.
Building a foxing rig for the quad
I have a Lightforce RM170 Striker Remote Mounted Lamp and remote handle, and the wiring instructions are vague to say the least.
The Lightforce mounting handle instructions seem to suggest that polarity of connections are important, but the lamp has...
FoxPro Spitfire Refurbished is now in stock at BushWear. For more details and product information see the link below.
Any thoughts from people who currently use them? Good or bad :)
Bit of a book review, article write up but thought we had to share, as its such a great addition to any hunters knowledge base, and makes brilliant reading.
I am lucky to know Mike as a friend and colleague, and have reaped a wealth of knowledge from him over the years, and I often say...
Im new to this forum and im looking for tips on fox shooting during the day in a woodland area. Im a keen deer stalker and ive noticed that a few deer gralloch's ive buried have been dug up by foxes. One of the foxes was unfortunate enough to walk out in front of me when i was up...