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    Lighting

    What is the best lighting set up for a personal range? I have a 4ft shop light directly above me about 2 feet, and a soft white incandescent over to the side, and have a lot of trouble seeing through my peep.
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    I used High output lights in are club range. Not a shadow to be found. But it spoils you when you go to average lighted ranges.

    If I ever do one for myself. I will have the lighting where I could do different light levels. Dimmer controls and dimmer ballists.

    Personal range I would use bright white and two lamp fixtures either 8ft or 4ft T8 lamps
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    Ok thanks DB. I'm gonna get some HO bulbs when I go into town. I am shooting from inside the shop, to to a lit target outside (through a window I put in just to shoot out of). It's not much, but it gets me out of the wind and lets me shoot as late as I want to. I just wish I could see better because most of my time spent out there is working on the bow and trying different things and I never can tell where my peep is exactly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asa_low12 View Post
    Ok thanks DB. I'm gonna get some HO bulbs when I go into town. I am shooting from inside the shop, to to a lit target outside (through a window I put in just to shoot out of). It's not much, but it gets me out of the wind and lets me shoot as late as I want to. I just wish I could see better because most of my time spent out there is working on the bow and trying different things and I never can tell where my peep is exactly.
    You got to have a HO Ballist in the fixture before you can use HO. Get bright white flourecents to give your sel the best light for the buck. I have seen guys get the flood bulbs and have them shining up from the ground for good light on target



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