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Old 05-17-2010, 01:19 AM   #21
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Go to Ebay and search for "Invisiblesight PAQ-4".

Looks interesting, but it's made in Hong Kong........???

I don't know about the legality of such devices. Here in AZ, I heard it's illegal to discharge firearms after dark, so I wouldn't have much use for one.
They don't have 24/7 coyote hunting or even coon hunting in AZ?

Do you have a link to what you "heard"?
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Go to Ebay and search for "Invisiblesight PAQ-4".

Looks interesting, but it's made in Hong Kong........???

I don't know about the legality of such devices. Here in AZ, I heard it's illegal to discharge firearms after dark, so I wouldn't have much use for one.
All the stuff we were talking about is Military or Law Enforcement only.

The laser is only part of it. You need a helmet to see the beam, a power supply, mounts, etc. I think it could be $10,000 or more.

I don't know about hunting in the dark in AZ. Good question.
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Here's a link to Arizona's hunting regulations -

http://www.azgfd.gov/pdfs/h_f/regulations/HuntingRegulations10-11.pdf


Looking down at pages 112-113, they state that spotlighting coons IS legal (I was wrong), but that seems to be the only exception to the rule "no shooting at night".

Looking around the Internet, I saw that some Arizona hunters are circulating a petition to legalize night coyote hunting too, but apparently that is still prohibited.
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All the stuff we were talking about is Military or Law Enforcement only.

The laser is only part of it. You need a helmet to see the beam, a power supply, mounts, etc. I think it could be $10,000 or more.

I've seen PEQ-2 lasers on Gunbroker, selling for $2k and more..... way too expensive for my budget..... are these supposed to be for military/LE only?

Yeah, if you wanted state-of-the-art NV goggles, I imagine the total cost could be up in the neighborhood of $8k-10k.

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