Pursuit® X1™ Predator Light Kit - 300 Lumens
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- 300 lumen output
- 3.5 hour run time
- 218 yards range
- IPX4 rating for water resistance
- Impact resistant to 1 meter
- Fits 1" and 30mm Scopes
- Mounts to Picatinny rail
Take your predator hunting to a new level with the Pursuit X1 Predator Light Kit. This powerful light easily mounts to the Picatinny rail and fits 1" and 30mm scopes. The light puts out a whopping 300 lumens of light, with a range of 218 yards and a run time of 3.5 hours. The body is water resistant and impact resistant for heavy duty use in the field. The light toggles on/off with a fingertip switch. Batteries included.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by realtreeassassin Surprised
I purchased this to mount on my rifles for predator hunting. The way that the light can work is by a regular button on the back of the light or you can opt like I did and put the extension button (that comes in the pack) on it for less movement during hunts. The light puts out enough light to reach further than the 200m it says on the package even with the filtered lenses on. I use the green because it is easier to pick up critters IMHO. Without the filtered lenses on the light reaches nearly 250 yards with enough light to tell what you are looking at. For the money its a good light. I have used the 200 yard primos light and it doesn't go half the distance this light does.
March 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bustthatbass Comparable, but could be better
Just bought this for my rifles and bows because I had a gift card (I was considering buying a similar light from a local San Antonio company though). It is a sturdy/solid light and I think I will like it overall. I tested it in the backyard at night and the flood and range seems adequate; although the flood/beam is not adjustable. It does have a low and high setting which is nice. It fits on my airgun, .22cal, and .270 scopes fine. It also fits on my crossbow picatinny with no problem (scope is too short so no room to mount there unless you change out one of the mount brackets). I will have to get a new stabilizer for my compound bow in order for it to mount on there.
Improvement suggestions: 1) The switches are too loud. If they could dampen that click; it would be outstanding. 2) Make the flood adjustable. 3) Make a compound bow stabilizer attachment whereby the light would fit in place of the stabilizer instead of on top of it.
I am anxious to try it this weekend and knock the hair off of a hog (or two)...
January 22, 2014
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