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Walther Night Hunter Laser & Flashlight, 95 Lumens, Xenon Bulb

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Walther Night Hunter.

The enclosed mount can be attached to either 30mm or 1" scope tubes.

Use the included Allen wrench to fasten the 2-piece mount with the 4 hex screws.

Squeeze the two plastic levers on the side of the laser/flashlight body to attach it to the Weaver base that is atop the mount you just attached to the scope tube.

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  • Walther NightHunter laser & flashlight combo
  • 95-lumen xenon bulb (flashlight)
  • 650 nm Class IIIA laser (less than 5mw output)
  • Windage & elevation adjustments
  • Supplied mount attaches to 1" or 30mm scope tube (spring-tension)*
  • On/off push button
  • 4-position selector (flashlight & laser, flashlight only, laser only & off)
  • Includes two 3V CR123 batteries, Allen wrench, corded switch
  • .33 lbs.
  • 3.5"x1.5"x1.6"


*Don't use on compact or subcompact scopes. You need enough room on the tube to accommodate the rings to mount your scope and the ring that mounts this laser/flashlight.

 




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Item Code: WA-2252542 [PY-A-2344]

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By Cass from USA on 2019-04-30
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Things I liked: The light is decent. I have had better flashlights that could be mounted to the barrel fairly easy

Things I would have changed: The mount needs to be thinner. I upgraded my scope when I bought the Valiant. Even though it is a bit longer, the scope mount provided is roughly an 1/8 inch too long to mount.

What others should know: As a handheld flashlight I was impressed with the range. The laser spreads out quite a bit at longer distances, but that is typical. If I find a mount that will fit the available space left on my scope i can provide a better review.

 

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By Chris from USA on 2019-03-23
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Things I liked: Lazer is strong, light is bright, when you get fresh batteries for it, not the dead ones that came with it.

Things I would have changed: Not very stable, one slight bump and the lazer is off its mark and it would have been nice to get fresh batteries with it. Also the remote switch is temperamental. Not a quality product, very disappointed.

What others should know: I would not recommend this product for accuracy, actually I would not recommend this at all, its a glorified flashlight.

 

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By Steven from USA on 2018-05-02
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Things I liked: I mounted this site on my Discovery and I think it will work pretty good on those pesky rabbits in my garden at night. At around 30-35 yards, I can see the target very well and the cross hairs on my scoop are right exactly in the center of the laser light. I really don't have to aim through the scoop but just put the laser dot onto the target and pull the trigger. I hit a can at about 40 yards away with viewing through the scoop with the first shot. I think I will enjoy this device on my Discovery PCP.

Things I would have changed: I really don't know yet

What others should know: Once you have the sight mounted. it's very easy to sight it in.

 

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  • cj from USA asked:

    can i mount this on the utg leapers true hunter rifle scope?

    • Tyler from USA:

      That depends on the model. The mounting ring is a little longer than a standard scope ring.

  • Garrett from USA asked:

    Is the laser any good

    • Billy from USA asked:

      What is the dimension between the scope ring and the adjusting turret? I'm wandering if I have room.

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