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Stik and Shoot Light #4145218 03/25/13 09:46 PM
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I bought one of these the other day. I like it so far, does anyone have a couple of hunts with one under their belt?

http://stiknshoot.com/

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Pretty neat


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I've never used one myself, but from what I've read on this and other forums, I've heard of no complaints. It seems like a great idea for a quick detachable light. I hope it serves you well.

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Nathan .. They will be at the World Expo in Waco, I'm curious how they work too.

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Nathan,

I have a STIK N SHOOT and have worked with Wes on some media for him. I've hunted with it a few times and really like it. Snuck up on a 300+lb boar in ET one night but he walked into bushes just as I got the scope on him and didn't pull the trigger bc it wasn't a clean shot.

Batteries last a few hours. Actually, I let my b-in-law use the SNS light in Haskell at Freedom Care Warrior Project Hunt and I forgot to change batteries, which is probably why I didn't see the big boar in time. That was my fault.

It's in between the low quality lights and the higher priced laser genetics. That being said, I wish I had 2, one for scanning and one on the rifle. I like the fact that it's on the barrel. Gives you more flexibility in the field. It always goes with me on a night hunt.

Here's an interview w Wes Adamson (SNS Owner) I shot at Tyler Gun Show:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=megTT5CCSyQ&list=PLEbaMmQXe0O6mWGQVbG449t1z0ykVKdUY&index=1

Sam

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