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    Maxtoch remote pressure switch

    Hey team, finally got my bunny rig exactly how I want it,
    However I'm still on the hunt for a remote pressure switch for a maxtoch 2x if anyone has one they are willing to part with.
    Mudgripz hasn't got any in stock so asking here in case someone has one they don't need.
    Thanks everyone.
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    Nice looking rig,
    I have one that was for a m24 sniper im assuming it will fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopsuey View Post
    Nice looking rig,
    I have one that was for a m24 sniper im assuming it will fit?

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    Yup, how much uou want for it ?

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    @chopsuey did you get my pm ?

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    Danny, the Maxtoch Archer M1 is better match on a .22 as it's way smaller and lighter and has a really good throw. I used to use a Maxtoch M24 sniper about the size of the torch you have in your pic and it made the rifle really unbalanced and awkward so it's been relegated to the deer rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-Ring View Post
    Danny, the Maxtoch Archer M1 is better match on a .22 as it's way smaller and lighter and has a really good throw. I used to use a Maxtoch M24 sniper about the size of the torch you have in your pic and it made the rifle really unbalanced and awkward so it's been relegated to the deer rifle.
    hey bud, that's a 17hmr not a .22 and I have spent a lot of time testing this set up in the field before committing to buying.
    I run a 2x on the scope and a second 2x as a hand held spotlight.
    it's great for what I use it for which is mostly shooting hares at 100 to 150 yards all shot from a truck, my Marlin isn't a light rifle by far so weight isn't an issue as far as the torch on top.
    But hey different strokes for different folks, this is the setup I like best. granted on the 17hmr it is a little overkill as I can light up way further than I can shoot but thats ok.
    I also have a scope mount on my hunting rifle a 270WSM but have never had the opportunity to use it on deer yet (I'm betting it would be pretty epic)

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    That is one seriously torched rifle
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyb View Post
    hey bud, that's a 17hmr not a .22 and I have spent a lot of time testing this set up in the field before committing to buying....
    My mistake Danny, assumed it was .22LR. If you ever get the chance, have a look at the Maxtoch Archer M1 as they can easily do 200m. You can order them direct for over a $100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-Ring View Post
    My mistake Danny, assumed it was .22LR. If you ever get the chance, have a look at the Maxtoch Archer M1 as they can easily do 200m. You can order them direct for over a $100.
    I did agonise about buying an archer, they are a seriously powerful little torch that punches well above its class, I just couldn't justify it. If I wanted a less powerful torch I can just use the 2x on a lower setting.
    I just don't have a use for it, if I'm going spotlighting I'm never gonna use the archer over the 2x.
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    Just got the max pro... fuck it's good. I have 3x snipers and 2x 2xs haha I need to sell some. The new 21700 battery is really good.

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