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by Mini Magnum
30 Aug 2018, 20:40
Forum: General Nightvision
Topic: spotting soloution Archer or Pulsar Xq38s
Replies: 25
Views: 741

Re: spotting soloution Archer or Pulsar Xq38s

Again the issue is ir and again you don't need much if any with an Archer. If you want to see clearly for miles and miles with an Archer then, use the proper appropriately designed kit... Starlight Dragonfly. There are many issues to consider on this topic. Not least atmospheric/weather conditions....
by Mini Magnum
22 Aug 2018, 12:33
Forum: General Nightvision
Topic: ADDONIGHT
Replies: 257
Views: 21234

Re: ADDONIGHT

The manufacturing blurb states its a laser in one specification sheet Bruce that along with the sheer power of it for its size. Probably some confusion on there part explaining. The laser pointer is not eye safe for sure.. definitively an LED as you state then.
by Mini Magnum
22 Aug 2018, 10:26
Forum: Illumination
Topic: Solaris srx Laser
Replies: 29
Views: 1730

Re: Solaris srx Laser

I 100% agree with what you say mini magnum. If I never used a laser with the ward800l it would be pretty much unusable on my march scope. The DFK has transformed it from a 100 yard setup to easily shooting things way beyond 300 yards. Hi Bruce The likes of the Dragonfly are the same, they can be se...
by Mini Magnum
21 Aug 2018, 23:39
Forum: General Nightvision
Topic: ADDONIGHT
Replies: 257
Views: 21234

Re: ADDONIGHT

So what do you do to the laser to reduce its power then Clive? Because from my point of view I'd rather have a higher power laser giving me a better image and range with a sticker telling me its laser on the unit, than have a reduced power unit either way there both UK legal and we know not to star...
by Mini Magnum
21 Aug 2018, 20:16
Forum: General Nightvision
Topic: ADDONIGHT
Replies: 257
Views: 21234

Re: ADDONIGHT

I'm not defending Clive. I bought an Addonight from CRS and not a Warden Adder from Clive. However, anything that contains a laser is potentially dangerous and should have some form of warning attached to it. Failure to have such a warning is taken very seriously by Trading Standards and lack of su...
by Mini Magnum
21 Aug 2018, 19:59
Forum: Illumination
Topic: Solaris srx Laser
Replies: 29
Views: 1730

Re: Solaris srx Laser

Hi Bruce The likes of the Dragonfly are the same, they can be seen if you wave your hand in front of them or even look from an angle... To me the benefits, image sharpness and distance make them a whole lot better for rear add ons at distance, every LED torch I have tried so far with the setups I us...
by Mini Magnum
21 Aug 2018, 14:17
Forum: Illumination
Topic: Solaris srx Laser
Replies: 29
Views: 1730

Re: Solaris srx Laser

What about the laser torch fitted to the Warden units then Clive , thats class 3B is it not ?
by Mini Magnum
21 Aug 2018, 13:20
Forum: Illumination
Topic: Solaris srx Laser
Replies: 29
Views: 1730

Re: Solaris srx Laser

They are UK legal though clive. Anything under 490mw is a Class 3B laser, for example the Starlight Dragonfly is a 100mw laser, they may have large aspheric heads to increase throw and intensity, but there not collimated beams like a laser pointer, which is the most damaging.
by Mini Magnum
21 Aug 2018, 11:57
Forum: Illumination
Topic: Solaris srx Laser
Replies: 29
Views: 1730

Re: Solaris srx Laser

Laser illuminators bring a rear add on to life, no LED system can match them for intensity or throw, I use one most of the time for rear add ons, IMO much better. As long as your aware its a laser your using and don't glare at it your fine, just use your hand in front of the beam to ensure its off.
by Mini Magnum
15 Aug 2018, 07:31
Forum: General Nightvision
Topic: Tracer f900ir
Replies: 3
Views: 140

Re: Tracer f900ir

I've got them available also.