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    New to site and lasers from Ohio,USA

    Yep I'm in Columbus. Almost due East of the airport in Blacklick. I'm no super Hunter. But I do some lite Airgun hunting and pest control and my buddy had a laser when we were under heavy tree canopy and it was really helpful in sighting through the scope and putting the laser dot on the target
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    New to site and lasers from Ohio,USA

    Yeah I wont be using it in anything near freezing temps. I don't mind finding a clamp or something to put it on to attach it to a rail.
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    New to site and lasers from Ohio,USA

    Hmm I was thinking green would be better for daylight viewing. I have tried a few reds but they were barely visible beyond 30 feet or so. Maybe because they were more budget lasers and not the best units. So a higher power red would yield good visibility and be able to maintain a bright compact...
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    New to site and lasers from Ohio,USA

    Hi guys. Just joined hoping to get some answeres to some questions I have and learn about lasers along the way. I guess I should post in the general chat for my actual detailed question. I'm basically trying to get suggestions on a unit to use hunting that is visible in daylight but also can...




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