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  • #477
    photo22
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    Is the AirForce Laser a good one to get? I’m looking for something that I can use at 25yards.

    #25202
    rob3dr
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    I have one and cant tell much a difference in that and a 20$ laser, except the AF one looks cooler.

    #25204
    photo22
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    quote rob3dr:

    I have one and cant tell much a difference in that and a 20$ laser, except the AF one looks cooler.

    Whats the cheaper one?

    #25205
    y
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    for $100 you can get a beamshot and they are much nicer than the AF lasers.

    I have a $20 crosman laser on mine.

    #25221
    photo22
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    quote Yellow Ninja:

    for $100 you can get a beamshot and they are much nicer than the AF lasers.

    I have a $20 crosman laser on mine.

    THANKS Ninja, I will look into that. 😀

    #25224
    y
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    I was mistaken… I use the daisy laser

    http://www.pyramydair.com/cgi-bin/accessory.pl?accessory_id=606

    Comes with a whole bunch of mounts and stuff… but they are all plastic. I used some of the mounts from a cheap tasco rimfire scope with the real small diameter to mount the laser in, think I had to make a delrin spacer to get it to fit even with the small diameter mounts.

    Not that great a laser, but to be honest… I’ve probably used a laser 5 times at the most when shooting….. 4 of those were with NV. My eyes just cant see a laser dot on a squirrels head at 30 yards so I just use it to check to see if something is closer than 15 yards or not.

    #25241
    leel
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    I have been using the Laser as a rangefinder when looking through the scope. Do any of you do that?

    Thanks,
    Lorrin

    #25243
    nuglor
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    I have an airforce laser and have found that it is VERY easy to knock out of adjustment to the left or right due to the chincy way it mounts. For $100, I was expecting more from them. It certainly doesn’t seem to work any better than the Daisy or Gamo lasers I have except that it’s a little easier to adjust because of the thumb screws instead of an allen wrench. Just my opinion.

    #25249
    photo22
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    quote Yellow Ninja:

    for $100 you can get a beamshot and they are much nicer than the AF lasers.

    I have a $20 crosman laser on mine.

    Can’t find Info. on the Beamshot? Who sales them?

    #25251
    walkonking
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    #25253
    photo22
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    Thanks Adam “U DA MAN” 😀

    #25256
    photo22
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    One could have both Light/Laser with this setup. The problem is will it mount to the Airforce guns???? 😕

    http://www.beamshot.com/laser_sight_8000.html

    #25265
    airtramp
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    I don’t think you can mount this one directly to an AF rifle. It’s meant for the universal rail typical of auto-pistols. Your best bet is to go with the single laser unit with the M1 mount and then get a dove tail to picatinny or weaver adaptor. The AF laser comes with the 11mm dove tail mount which makes installation easy even though it’s over priced like the other members said.

    #25284
    photo22
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    quote AirTramp:

    I don’t think you can mount this one directly to an AF rifle. It’s meant for the universal rail typical of auto-pistols. Your best bet is to go with the single laser unit with the M1 mount and then get a dove tail to picatinny or weaver adaptor. The AF laser comes with the 11mm dove tail mount which makes installation easy even though it’s over priced like the other members said.

    Yeah, I was seeing the same thing. But sure there can be a way to make it work. 💡 Some of the metal guys might sort it out so it can be done.

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