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Hog Feeder Lights #6044518 11/23/15 07:35 AM
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Has anyone used the Moonshine Hog Feeder Light? It looks like a great light but only comes with a few screws and I can't see how it mounts onto a feeder? The instructions show no pics and I can't find anything on YouTube.

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Re: Hog Feeder Lights [Re: Pig Hunter] #6045116 11/23/15 04:50 PM
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I have three of them and iam satisfied. The mounting is the only downfall. You will have to make a bracket. They are plenty bright and stay on for 20 seconds at a time and last all night despite deer hogs and varmits coming in all through the night. I also have the moultrie lights and they stay only fir 5 minutes at a time and the battery usually dies pretty quick. Moultrie light with solar panel and built in battery is $120.00.
Moonshine light $30.00

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