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Draw Activated Sight Lights #7071867
02/09/18 02:37 PM
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Anyone tried a DrawLite?

Draw Activated Sight Light or anything like it?

Amazon

Re: Draw Activated Sight Lights [Re: GG67] #7072235
02/09/18 07:18 PM
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Haven't used it and doubt I will. One thing not mentioned in the link that I saw is check game regulations where you hunt as some states do not allow artificial light for bow sights.

Re: Draw Activated Sight Lights [Re: kmon1] #7072252
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Just checked the Texas regulations and it looks like we are good to go.

Artificial light
Artificial light of any form that casts or reflects a beam of light onto or otherwise illuminates a game animal or bird may not be used as an aid to hunt, except battery-powered scoping devices that project a light or dot only inside the scope; pin sight lights on archery equipment; or laser sighting devices used by legally blind hunters, or hunters who have a documented permanent physical disability that prevents them from using traditional firearm sighting devices.

Re: Draw Activated Sight Lights [Re: GG67] #7072302
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Yes Texas is good to go as far as I know. New Mexico and CO not so much

Re: Draw Activated Sight Lights [Re: kmon1] #7072314
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Those states have got to start electing smarter people.

Re: Draw Activated Sight Lights [Re: GG67] #7072887
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A regular sight light works for me. Has for a long time. Looks like a gimmick.


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Re: Draw Activated Sight Lights [Re: GG67] #7073253
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Hows that flip phone workin for ya?

Just kidding, I figure I will give it a try. For $50 if it keeps me from spooking a deer while I'm trying to get my light turned on in the early morning or just before sunset it will be worth it.

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