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    Default Foxes Response to Spot Lights?

    Does anyone have any experience with foxes and spot lights? I have a surfire that I attach to my .22 upper for my AR that I want to try. I have a red filter over it, dont know if that makes a difference. At night I have been able to see about 100 yards with it. I really have just used it to scan an area before I leave but was wondering if I could use it once I saw something?

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    Carl

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKCarl View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with foxes and spot lights? I have a surfire that I attach to my .22 upper for my AR that I want to try. I have a red filter over it, dont know if that makes a difference. At night I have been able to see about 100 yards with it. I really have just used it to scan an area before I leave but was wondering if I could use it once I saw something?

    Thanks
    Carl
    You must have a trapping license to legally take a furbearer with the aid of a light as you describe. There has been threads relating to the use of spotlights here recently that you may want to check out by searching the archives.

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