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 Post subject: Coon Lights
PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2007 9:56 pm 
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what is the best coon lights do you think i was looking at a new night stalker from the western-rivers outfitter and i don't know if it is anygood anyone have any opinions on which to buy


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 Post subject: BELT LIGHT
PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 12:43 am 
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I HUNT WITH A 24 V COMPETITION BELT LIGHT....THEY HAVE THE BEST WARENTY, THE CHARGE LASTS FOREVER...I HUNT 3-6 NIGHTS A WEEK AND I'M LAZY AND NEVER CHARGE IT AND IT HAS YET TO DIE ON ME IN THE WOODS...I HAVE USED IT SINCE FEBUARY, HAD NO PROBLEMS...MY BUDDY ORDERED ONE AND LOVES IT, LIGHT WEIGHT AND BRIGHT, YOU DONT NEED A SPOT LIGHT ANYMORE...$365 AND UR WARENTY IS 4 YRS, CANT BEAT IT

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I currently own three different lights a 10 volt blazer, a 17 volt foggy top, and a 28 volt bright eyes box. I use the bright eyes more because right now the leaves are on and thick. In the winter I will go to a smaller belt light because the leaves are gone and if you have a coondawg you really don't need a lot of light.
I will say the bright eyes is the better of the two. the bright eyes and the foggy top. I can not compare it to the Blazer because it is still brand new in the box never been used.
The Foggy top is a belt light and will only burn about 4-6 minutes on high before it shuts down and you have wait on the cooling factor. Which is no good when you need to see him/her to plus the tree.
I mainly use it for pleasure hunting, or a spare if the other was to go down which knock on wood it has never let me down!

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DOES COMPTITION LIGHTS HAVE A WEB SITE

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 8:57 am 
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my nite lite is dead iam getting me teh 21 volt pro light its 310$


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I have a bandit 22v that I have used for three years I really like it and Ive only had to put two bulbs in it over 3 years of hunting 3 times a week


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 11:13 am 
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i don't like box lights so i am going to get a belt 21 volt which is the best


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The two lights I'm lookin at right now is the moonshiner 21 volt $279.00
and the prolite custom 21 volt 310.00 both have great warrenties and have talked to both the owners still aint decieded yet check these two out hope this helps.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 9:22 pm 
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I have had really good service from my Grain Valley light and the Grain Valley folks!!! 21 volt can be found at times for 283.
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i use a wick light... in my opinion if you don't mind the extra pound or two... it is the best light you can buy. great warranty, comes with a diamond reflector, spotlight, pop cover, and a spare bulb or two. the low side is plenty to shine a tree, and lasts 11 hrs straight. the high side and spotlight are bright enough to spot an entire field. the rheostat is also nice in that you can change the intensity on both high and low side... i think the best thing about it though is that you can leave it on charge for a week at a time without taking it off because of the trickle charge... i am very satisfied with it and so is everyone else that i know who has one... like i said the only downside is that it's a little heavy, but who cares, be a man and carry the dang thing!

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Bright eyes is the way to go I hunted with a 21 volt box light for a long time and just got the 28 volt belt light. the box light is the best on the market as far as weight and how much burn time

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Mud Man, I see you were talking about the ProLite 21 and was wondering what you thought of it. I just ordered one today.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:33 am 
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I have a PRO LITE 26V BELT LIGHT and love it.
There is nothing I could say that I don't like.
Brightness,style,warrenty. All are tops.
See my posts about it's style on here and it's features.
Go with the PRO LITE you will be happy with your choice.


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