starlight arrow

starsky

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Finally got my starlight arrow all set up and working. Using a T67 IR can now see upto 300 yards. Great bit of kit went out other night had 5 foxes Definately worth the money
 

Legolas

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Glad to hear you've had success with it. I have one but so far have only used it on the 22 for bunnies. How did you overcome the additional eye relief, which i suspect is more neccessary on a foxing calibre for the sake of your eye!!
 

dan71

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I have a mate that makes adjustable back plates to fit on the stock so you can change the length of stclock easy. When i get chance i will post a pic. This means the eye relief is no problem.
 

starsky

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I had to get a new scope with less magnification that and use of t67. I did get my t67 from ludicrous lumins and would recommend it is good.
 

Jim xyz

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Guys,

I'm thinking of getting one of these or maybe a photon. Now they've been out a while how are they performing the field? And if anyone has used both which one would you recommend?

I'd be looking to put it on a 22.250 for foxing. I know that there's much better kit out there but the Arrow would be stretching my budget to the absolute limit so unless there's something else I've missed I think it's going to be between these two.

Cheers,

Jim
 

deerwarden

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anyone had experience of the Marky 610 add on, I'm in the market for a night vision and have a N 550, but want an add on for multiple rifles. deerwarden
 

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