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    laser genetics....anyone have experience with one?

    This is essentially a green laser with a wider beam for predator hunting. Has anyone seen them or used one? Im thinking it only makes the eyes visable of the animal its aimed at but im not sure.

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    Yea I have one its the laser genetics ND-3. Its awesome, and even better when my spotter is using gen II+ NVGs. We have varmint troubles, mostly fox, around here (we like our chickens). I use it with my savage .17 HMR and it helps identify cat from fox, at least with NVGs it does. Like you said, alone, it mostly just lights up the eyes, but you can still make out a body shape depending on moonlight. But there wonderful out to 250yds.

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    Thanks for the reply. We have quite a population of wild dogs and coyote here.

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    good info guys im looking to go on a coyote hunt when i go on r&r

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    So I've always wondered- are these supposed to be used more for illumination or targeting or both? given the beam width I don't see how this could serve as an aiming device. What IS the beam width say at 50 yds?

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    It can be as wide as a flashlight or as small as about a 1" dot at 7yds. It has a focus adjustment.

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    I may have a never issued PEQ coming my way for free. Friends in high places, you know. I may have to give it a go.
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    Know how many times my peq was effective in combat? 0. I think they are worthless at range. Now a visible laser in CQB. That's a different story.



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    I hear IR lasers are hell of a lota fun when hog hunting though...

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    I have one and love it for coyote hunting. I was very happy at how well it works. You get a nice green solid beam.


 
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