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Im looking to get a good spot lamp, one that is more of a spot than spread out, for about 100 yard distance, one with rechargeable battery built in would be best for me, can anyone recommend one that they have used and what price they are, cheers for any replys

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Lamp to bulky mate 

a t67 with red pill will get you way past a 100 , flood to spot and stick it your pocket 

I’ve use one in the past with great results 

atb 

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Must be a few in the cupboards now mate doing f all , think I’ve got one 

I’ll av a look for ya 

atb 

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39 minutes ago, David.evans said:

Must be a few in the cupboards now mate doing f all , think I’ve got one 

I’ll av a look for ya 

atb 

What haven't you got in the cupboard Dave........

Phil

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Got a t20 with red pill you can have mate , it will do a hundred ok

pm your address and I’ll get it of yo ya 😉

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Thats really good of you david, il pm you my address and if you send your bank details il send some money, i dont want it for free mate youv obviously paid money for it, thanks alot pal

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BN

you my friend can fec off , lol no payment needed , I’ll pack it up tonight and get it off tomorrow first class 😉👍

atb mate 

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If your sure mate thats great and hopefully il have something you need in the future so i can return the favour

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Lamps and lamping..... depends on what you want to do, and at what sort of range. When I first started it was a motor bike lead acid powering a Honda 50 headlight. Just ok for 30 ...40 yard shotgun, then when we lamped from hilux it was a 10 inch lamp one & half million candle power !!!  110w halogen bulb !!!  Fields were like daylight.  Charlie  could be detected quarter of  mile plus away. we had a large area to cover. Then on to other lamps and night vision.  One problem that I see with lamps is that when you get a Brown Fox of brown plough that a fair amount of light to hold the target which can soon merge and disappear. Lamps that punch it out there take a lot of power which even the best battery doesn't provide for very long.  L.e.ds are good but aren't the same. A lot is what you do and the requirement that you have.  Lots of people have different ways of how they hunt. I don't  think  that there is any best kit of anything . It's what works for you. It's not until you see how other people operate that you think. .....  that a good bit of kit or what a rubbish way to go about that.  But that's the experience of it.

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19 hours ago, Sausagedog said:

Aldi have something like that in now!

 just been cursing you bernard "there's no bloody lamp here!" 

 

 

I was in Lidl!! D'oh!! 

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BN 

sorry mate I though I have got a t20 with red pill , fecin can’t find it , but this will do you it’s a t20 with a doubler on , it’s green which I have found don’t spook the rabbits as much 

this ok mate 1346606E-0481-429F-B8F6-3941D4DD87A6.jpeg.e147a8a1a62cac915dd9d08fe39d871a.jpeg69BDFBE7-CF75-4511-A115-4E73715EDDFB.jpeg.b2d5f2d215ad279bb67f9b854de82b43.jpeg

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