HOME MADE INFRA RED LENS
have a choice, you can opt to buy an imported
Sure-fire lens in INFRA RED for your night vision, pay
$90-00, then pay import duty, Valorem duty, import tax
at 14% and postage, so it will cost you at a rate of
R10 to a 1$ - will set you back about R1400-00 !!!!
MOER BAIE O BROER!!!
Go to your
local camera shop, ask them for developed film that
came out black, stuff thrown away, take it home cut it
out and put in your torch, BINGO!!! FREE !!!!!!!
infra red at its finest, and when this is applied to
night vision on a torch you will see 80% better than
With a little help of the internet these tips can save
other night hunters thousands of Rands!
Here is a picture of the black infra red lens close
up. I screwed off the swivel top and put the filter on
top of the glass NOT BELOW IT!
It looks 100% professionally done. You can buy other
lights for a night vision to enhance power BUT a
Sure-fire is my best bet, it is very strong. I use two
lenses to get better darkness out of the torch – when
the torch is on you can only see a faint glow from the
torch bulb, perfect.
Why pay R1400-0
When you can do it free!
I take no responsibility for damage done to any
viewer’s equipment when attempting ideas offered on my