Cheap long range thrower that could be useful for spotting big foot!

alpg88

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For bigfoot you could also consider an IR LED and IR camera.
You assume bigfoot does not see IR.
OP assumes bigfoot will not evade him.
You both assume bigfoot is real, :crackup:
 

Hooked on Fenix

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Costco had a 5000 lumen rechargeable flashlight for $30. I think that'll work. (Infinity X1)
 
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The word on the street is that Bigfoot is an incan dude, and prefers high CRI. Wear your mask - he's supposedly smelly.
 

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Please show us your proof that bigfoot is not real. I simply don't think it is an animal like a deer and do not know what is going on.
Absence of proof that it exists assumes it is does not. until proven otherwise.
I think is is just like santa, nessy, and zombies. There is plenty of mentions of it in different cultures folclore, but not a single evidence of it that could be even considered anecdotal.
 

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Absence of proof that it exists assumes it is does not. until proven otherwise.
I think is is just like santa, nessy, and zombies. There is plenty of mentions of it in different cultures folclore, but not a single evidence of it that could be even considered anecdotal.


Zombies are REAL... I see them everywhere glued to their personal devices :crackup:

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alpg88

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Yea, that kind is definitely real, they are everywhere and they breed
 

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Hard pressed to beat a Emisar D1k w/W1 or W2 + pocket clip for $33 unless it's a DM11 with the same LED for $39. I have both & give the edge to the D1k
 

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If we're talking Convoy, C8.
But whichever current offered emitter out of all of them has the furthest throw. Yes, I forgot which one is in mine.
 

alpg88

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In my experience using a thrower to look for something that you do not know where it exactly is, not such an easy task, especially when it moves, or camouflaged, you need a flood so you can spot something that looks out of place, then you use a throwed to light it up and inspect "closer"

Same reason lookouts on ships do not use binoculars, they fan the sea with naked eyes, and if they spot something odd, they use binoculars for a closer look, it is hard to spot something with a limited field of view.
 
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