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Old 10-14-2012, 02:06 PM   #21
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Now I feel kinda stupid. I guess that'll work, I don't think you'll have any problems.
Blueguns, Hey .. don't feel stupid. You should've let that one go as a snappy comeback. I was thinking the same thing, but also knew that some parts call them torches. (my thoughts are often all over the place)

The best thing about this thread is that i have seen two methods to hang something off a larger barrel.

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Do you have link to the one that you found.

I am still looking for something to mount on a bolt .22 that will handle 200-400 lumens.

I have that rifle scoped and find that the blue painters tape flashlight does a great job of illuminating the area such that I can use the scope in complete dark.
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:19 PM   #22
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Blueguns, Hey .. don't feel stupid. You should've let that one go as a snappy comeback. I was thinking the same thing, but also knew that some parts call them torches. (my thoughts are often all over the place)

The best thing about this thread is that i have seen two methods to hang something off a larger barrel.

Do you have link to the one that you found.

I am still looking for something to mount on a bolt .22 that will handle 200-400 lumens.

I have that rifle scoped and find that the blue painters tape flashlight does a great job of illuminating the area such that I can use the scope in complete dark.
I didn't mean it like stupid more of just a "now how in the heck didn't I see I that". I thought it was pretty funny I missed it.

Now back on topic, I talked to a buddy of mine who used a similar set up, and he said that he's had no problems. (Raccoons in an Walnut Orchard that run over to his home).
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i shoot burning zombies all the time on red dead redemption lol

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Sorry I'm a bit late. Um I just got the mount off eBay

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duct tape easy to mod later

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