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 Post Posted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 7:04 pm 
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TEXASBOARS FEEDERLIGHTS.
Hunting wildboar and varmints at night.

TEXASBOARS custom machines a variety of hunting lights. The most common are "nicknamed" feederlights,
:arrow: although they do NOT mount to to a feeder or even close to a feeder :!: That's what scares the animals!
These hog hunting lights are designed to be mounted away from the feeder.
:arrow: In fact they are most commonly mounted at the stand / with the hunter. Even if those distances exceed 100 or even 200 yards.

SENDERO SERIES and PRO SERIES

These lights are made to be portable, set up quick, and extremely durable. They utilize a standard camera mounting bracket that is precision machined into the housing that accepts all standard camera/video/spotting scope brackets and tripods. This allows the hunter to mount the light virtually anywhere - permanently or portable.

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CLASSIC SERIES

The TEXASBOARS CLASSIC SERIES were originally designed and recommended to be permanently mounted to elevated shooting platforms.
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Look carefully and you can see the mounting tabs on the housing. These tabs accept small screws, bolts and even nails to attach them to a structure or flat surface. Most commonly mounted directly to exterior of elevated shooting houses.

If you have any questions about mounting a TEXASBOARS FEEDERLIGHT for hunting hogs and varmints at night feel free to ask.


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How can they be securely mounted onto a cross bar on top of a truck?


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Paul Burkett wrote:
How can they be securely mounted onto a cross bar on top of a truck?


Most roll bars have flat brackets welded onto them, usually around 1/8 thick, for installation of lights. For "temporary uses" use a 1/4" bolt 3/4" long (20TPI) and simply secure the light with the bolt using the camera mount on the light.

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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 06, 2014 4:21 pm 
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Paul Burkett wrote:
How can they be securely mounted onto a cross bar on top of a truck?


I would strongly recommend to any customer who is considering mounting these lights to rollbars permanently to call me. Let me know the light is for a roll bar and I will build the light with a reinforced mounting bracket more suited to that purpose.

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