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Old 03-07-2011, 04:37 AM   #1
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Any of you guys have any experience with Laser Genetics and their products ? We just started carrying the ND3 and the ND5, pretty impressive lights. Waiting on the next shipment so I can get my ND5, got some hogs at the farm that need to be read some bedtime stories. I have always used a Q-Beam, but like these better. The fact that you don't get blinded helps to, 2 little CR123A batteries is easier on the pocket as well. Anyone got to play with them yet ?

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Old 03-07-2011, 10:40 AM   #2
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I haven't but I know a few that did. They all say the same thing. Don't shine it in the eyes of a coyote or else you'll spook them.
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Don't shine it in the eyes of a coyote or else you'll spook them.
I have a ND-3 on my Savage 12 223 along with a couple extra 30mm mounts to put on other guns.
These things are great for night hunting.We have used them for hunting varmints and wild hogs.
I have shot several coyotes,and they never spooked from the green light.

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I wanted to get the ND-4,but didn't want to waste another $100 without knowing if they were worth it.
They work great,but the batteries don't last very long,and they're expensive little batteries.
The ND-5 is just too big,IMO,and you really won't get much more usable range with it.
The ND-4 is probably the best of all,but the ND-3 is lighter and more compact and shines really good out to 150-200yrds at night.
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TX did anyone ever tell you that bolt is on the wrong side of the gun man.
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TX did anyone ever tell you that bolt is on the wrong side of the gun man.
Only when I shoot right handed!!!
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