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Which model is considered best. Had a mate out with one other night but he borrowed it and can't get the model. Was the best id seen yet .

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they also have the nm eclipse which as several diff features on it and in two sizes

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I find the Xsearcher with extension tube added gives the best throw from every torch I have tried, thats with white/red pills. I use different style torches for NV.

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On 19/10/2017 at 23:00, IanB said:

Do you want it for white light or for IR foxdropper..

I R mate .Tried a few of the others but wasn' impressed tbh .Mate has night master but not sure what model .WAS like daylight in the Yukon at 200yds .

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On 26/11/2017 at 11:16, foxdropper said:

I R mate .Tried a few of the others but wasn' impressed tbh .Mate has night master but not sure what model .WAS like daylight in the Yukon at 200yds .

What others have you tried?  I'use a t20 with  a s pill on the photon and a t ?? Next size up, on the roof mounted spotter wired straight to the 12v truck socket,  there both like ldaylight at 200 yards and at 80-100 yards its to bright with both so have to remember to tilt the roof spotter up or not turn the photon t20 on, mine are from irlightbuilds, I'd get a nm800 for the photon if it were an improvement over the on I have, be good to no which you've tried before I spend more ££££

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The t20 I've got seems no better than the on-board ir tbh .Tried tracer too which was dismal. Black sun was ok but night master was fantastic .Makes a big difference mounting the ir on top rather the side I've found . Blurred shapes to shoot at aint my thing .

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Multiple ways to mount easily

I would use these mounted directly on top mate, as far back on the scope as you can to prevent glare at the front.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rifle-Scope-Accessory-Mount-30mm-25mm-1-Weaver-Picatinny-Rail-Laser-Torch/222445802782?hash=item33cacd951e:g:ALIAAOSwzoRZhG7h

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Adjustable-Scope-Flashlight-laser-Mount-Adjusting-elevation-windage-directly/272621955321?epid=1994088542&hash=item3f7988e8f9:g:sPQAAOSwmgJY56mu

There a lot of torches that will outperform the standard night master for the the money, all depends on what you want to spend.

These offer good performance for there size, and cost, just use a single tube also to reduce size.

https://torchfactory.com/evo-50-as-x

 

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1 hour ago, IanB said:

Multiple ways to mount easily

I would use these mounted directly on top mate, as far back on the scope as you can to prevent glare at the front.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rifle-Scope-Accessory-Mount-30mm-25mm-1-Weaver-Picatinny-Rail-Laser-Torch/222445802782?hash=item33cacd951e:g:ALIAAOSwzoRZhG7h

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Adjustable-Scope-Flashlight-laser-Mount-Adjusting-elevation-windage-directly/272621955321?epid=1994088542&hash=item3f7988e8f9:g:sPQAAOSwmgJY56mu

There a lot of torches that will outperform the standard night master for the the money, all depends on what you want to spend.

These offer good performance for there size, and cost, just use a single tube also to reduce size.

https://torchfactory.com/evo-50-as-x

 

Hi fella

 got to agree with you bought evo 75 IR you won't be shooting the distance you can see with that torch guaranteed 

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To be honest though any 50mm sized torch with a standard or AS oslon IR should do as the photon is that light sensitive..

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Ive tried 3 touches now... NM 800 great kit but a bit pricey.. 

 

But the Optic Fire T67 is the best value for money   

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