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Old 16-12-2010, 01:53 PM
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Hi as any one here used one of these just wanted to no if they are any good

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Hiya.

Don't know anything about the LED Lenser, but I bought a Spiderfire 300 Lumen jobbie complete with rechargeables and charger off fleebay a while back and I'm well impressed, very bright, spares are available as its a Surefire clone and it was only £28 inc shipping.

This is the same torch, but from a different seller, and not with rechargeable batteries... worth a look.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/SpiderFire-R2-...ht_2810wt_1110

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Hiya.

Don't know anything about the LED Lenser, but I bought a Spiderfire 300 Lumen jobbie....
Jeez that is a good price....

The only thing that puts me off (I have a P7) is that the P7 takes standard AAA's and I have several sets of rechargeable's for it....

How much are the CR batteries and are can they be obtained in rechargeable?

Just a consideration, running costs

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I own a Fenix PD30, tiny light I can basically cover it with a closed hand, kicks out 235 lumens, as several modes, plus a strobing tactical mode amazing little light.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8ARxutehko

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I've got a Raidfire Spear that cost About £130 a couple of years ago,but got a Tesco jobie about a tenner and its as good as the spear

Check them out at Tesco will be getting another

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Jeez that is a good price....

The only thing that puts me off (I have a P7) is that the P7 takes standard AAA's and I have several sets of rechargeable's for it....

How much are the CR batteries and are can they be obtained in rechargeable?

Just a consideration, running costs

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How do find the p7 fella I was wanting one to go on my gun for lamping rabbits out to 50 yards would the p7 be up to the job you get the mount and a pressure switch with it to
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Hiya.

Don't know anything about the LED Lenser, but I bought a Spiderfire 300 Lumen jobbie complete with rechargeables and charger off fleebay a while back and I'm well impressed, very bright, spares are available as its a Surefire clone and it was only £28 inc shipping.

This is the same torch, but from a different seller, and not with rechargeable batteries... worth a look.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/SpiderFire-R2-...ht_2810wt_1110

Hope this is of help.

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Looks a nice bit of kit
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This is the p7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHLDR6HAR38
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How do find the p7 fella I was wanting one to go on my gun for lamping rabbits out to 50 yards would the p7 be up to the job you get the mount and a pressure switch with it to
I lamp myself so appreciate what you are asking

Up to the job at 50 yards?
Oh yes....you could spot Lancasters with it.....


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i've got a P7, great torch and well made, good beam and adjustable spread. That price looks way over the top though, you can get them for £38 IIRC.

i would have no hesitation in recommending them.
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