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The pros or cons of a fenix light on a LCP II or should we eat Lizard Tongues, Gizzards, Hearts...etc.

martym

I Leave The Toilet Seat Up.
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The Batons are perfect for the ranch for 3 reasons.
They clip to my cap
They have a magnetic tail cap and .5 lumen firefly level. I have a piece of metal glued to the ceiling in the blinds and hang the light from there. Won’t lose the flashlight, don’t lose my night vision, and I can see everything inside the blind.
 

Bhugo

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The Batons are perfect for the ranch for 3 reasons.
They clip to my cap
They have a magnetic tail cap and .5 lumen firefly level. I have a piece of metal glued to the ceiling in the blinds and hang the light from there. Won’t lose the flashlight, don’t lose my night vision, and I can see everything inside the blind.
That is smart! I’m going to steal that tip!
 
The Batons are perfect for the ranch for 3 reasons.
They clip to my cap
They have a magnetic tail cap and .5 lumen firefly level. I have a piece of metal glued to the ceiling in the blinds and hang the light from there. Won’t lose the flashlight, don’t lose my night vision, and I can see everything inside the blind.
Sounds like you need red lenses like astronomers use. It might conceal your position better as well.


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martym

I Leave The Toilet Seat Up.
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With a 1/2 lumen light and 15’ High blinds we are good to go.
Now our feeders all have Moultrie motion activated green lights on them. And they are solar powered. The hogs don’t spook anymore when they come to the feeder at night and the lights come on.
I have a craving for gizzards and livers.
 
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