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    Headlamps

    What headlamp would you guys recommend for most hunting/outdoor activities? Preferably costing less than $50.

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    I use a Black Diamond Spot. It's bright and light and has not let me down yet.

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    I use a Petzl, Tikka XP 2. It is super bright, has 5 modes and runs on 3 AAA's. It does run around $55.00 but is the best headlamp I have used so far. I sell them in my shop so send me a PM if you have any more questions.
    Last edited by sjsmallfield; 03-22-2011 at 06:47 PM.

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    I really like the Mammut X Zoom. It is alittle heavy for backpacking trips but the light it produces is amazing. Another good one would be the Mammut TR1. Take a look at them they are really nice.

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    I'll second Petzl Tikka lamps. I have three right now, buy a new one every couple of years as their beams get brighter while the battery life gets longer. I imagine my next headlamp will be a Petzl, too, as I have no complaints and lots of hours in the field using them.
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