A good bore light?

Discussion in 'Vendors and Manufacturers' started by Larry (Omaha), Sep 27, 2018.

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  1. Nov 17, 2018 #21

    hanshi

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    Rickystl, I managed to get a couple of them from O'Reilly's a few years back. The ones I've been to no longer carry them. They did work great but when the batteries died and I shopped for replacements; those little batteries cost more than the light and batteries originally did together. Still haven't found anything comparable.
     
  2. Nov 18, 2018 #22

    rickystl

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    Hi Hanshi

    You're right. The last time I went to O'Reilly's they did not have them. They use to carry both the light and spare batteries. I found the batteries on Ebay. Yes, can't believe how expensive they were. Just bit on a bullet and ordered them. Came three to a pack. But the light works so darn well.
    Rick
     
  3. Nov 19, 2018 #23

    Dean2

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    Cheapest option that will fit all calibers is the light for a fishing bobber. They cost less than a Buck, are easy to find, turn off and on and will probably last your life time if just used for looking at Bores.

    Just saw Herman already posted this on the first page, complete with video link.
     

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