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im planning on gettin the 21volt beltlight when tax returns come in but i was wondering if they come with a spot light. also if u have problems with the blue lens cracking, i got a really thick one from a buddy who ordered them i paid him $7 for it and it hasnt craked yet and doesnt look like it wil anytime soon. i think the blue lens works really good



no it dosent come with a spot light. i think there like $25 or so.. i dont know if ill try that blue lens again to be honest i like the yellow glow of the halageon light to me.. i know the blue is probally brighter but i guess i just like it the old school way :P if you would like ill take some pics and put them on here of my 21 v

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We use amber pop covers on coon and red on varmits. I just ordered the adcon spot light from valley creek for 25 with holder. The blue lens is just an experiment I wanted to try. Last thing I need to get is red pop cover for the spot light and I should have my light about optioned out as far as I can get it.

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My stuff all came in. I will test it out tonight and see what happens. So far I am not too impressed with the blue glass lens, but I will know more after dark. The reflector seemed to help the 6 volt just as it did the 12 volt. I will know more after dark.


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I am not impressed with the blue lens. Everything worked good but those. They didn't crack but they didn't make enough difference to mess with. Can get almost 3 popcovers for the price of the blue lens. I say the reflectors are worth it but not the lens.


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I am not impressed with the blue lens. Everything worked good but those. They didn't crack but they didn't make enough difference to mess with. Can get almost 3 popcovers for the price of the blue lens. I say the reflectors are worth it but not the lens.





my thoughts exactly on the blue lens.. glad everything else worked out for ya.. 8)


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I ordered that 12 volt but I didnt get the reflector. But I got the lense. I didnt want to get both because im to cheap haha. But ill see how they work out. I ordered my light about 4 or 5 days ago and it still aint came in but it should be in tomorrow. Thanks for yalls help.

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i just got my 12 volt box in today i didn't order a lens or reflector maybe later on i will but i just wanted to say that its a real nice light and pretty bright too


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Thanks to ever one . If I can help any one call any time
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Donnal I got your e mail about you having the flu. I was getting a little worried about the light coming in. I was thinking it got lost or something. It should be coming in tomorrow or today. Thanks.


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I got my 12 volt box light in the other day and I hunted with it last night and it was real bright. It didnt take me but about a minute or so to find the coon in the tree.


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I was wondering how many people hunt with the moonshiner lights? I am new to coon hunting and bought a 12v moonshiner and love it! the only issue i have with it is when it is on the high side you have to have it turned all the way up or it goes out! and the place i bought it from said that was a safety thing so it would not burn out the switch!

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I have the 17-volt belt and love it. And you won't get much better service than Donnel will give you. I asked a question on the board once about my light and he was one of the first to answer.

Very reasonably priced and a darn good light. I bought mine for a back-up, and now swap it evenly as my primary. A buddy of mine who likes to go with me a bit just bought one. My 21-volt Blazer seems to last a little longer on the charge, but only on really long nights do I see the light getting a bit pale by the end.

Couldn't recommend them more, especially compared to the cost of most of the rest on the market. And better customer service would be next to impossible to find.


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i am lookin at gettin a new light seen a add and seems to be a nice light does anyone know if its worth the money?


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Donnal my daughter really likes her pink belt light. The best part is the everybody else that have seen it also likes it. I think it will sell good for you. Keep up the good work. Thanks Jason Rieken


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has anyone used the moonshiner bootlegger pro? it their new LED and its supposed to be SUPER bright and im thinking about ordering one, has anyone seen them in action?

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