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PVS14 and IR Laser Setup

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Loving my PVS14 and my 6.8 AR with the Sniper Hog Light with IR (light up the shadows) and a CRT Railmaster IR.

 

Hoping to put some hurt on critters this winter when calling in the dark!

 

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50yd sight in at night using a 1" piece of reflective tape (blooms when IR laser is on it).

 

6.8 SPC 120grain SST, 27.5grains of 2200 and 41 primers:

 

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What a great set-up!!! I would say you are ready!!! Time to try it out on some hogs maybe?? <_<

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Sweet set-up for hogs too.

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That was my original plan (hogs) ,but the property owners sold their land and I have no lease.

 

I hunt in the Sam Houston National Forest as of now and you cannot hunt hogs or rabbits at night.

 

However, Fox (season), coons, coyotes, bobcats are fair game day or night :)

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