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Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:39 pm
by MikeHunter
It's no secret that success in hunting depends on many factors and moments. Undoubtedly, experience and high-quality weapons, as well as luck, are fundamental. But an essential role is also played by auxiliary equipment, among which the lantern is. There are a lot of manufacturers producing various types of flashlights for hunting. But giving preference to one or the other device you need to remember that it must meet the following requirements: durability and reliability; must withstand the vibration of the weapon; be able to be securely installed on the weapon; have multiple backlight modes; be simple in operation; have a waterproof and durable case; have a reliable and long food.
Properly selected best hunting flashlight will not only help you during the hunt, but will also perfectly perform all the functions assigned to it.

Re: Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 2:33 am
by ghoasthunter
i carry a small headlamp that runs on a single aa battery i try and make all my electronics carry the same batteries as well. one thing that everybody should practice is changing a battery in total darkness. another good thing is make a dedicated place you put that light on your person where you can never forget it. make sure its in a zippered pocket. i keep mine in my bino pack with all my other essential gear for simple reason that piece of gear always stays on my person in the field no matter what im doing.

Re: Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 2:40 am
by Noreast10pt
MikeHunter wrote:It's no secret that success in hunting depends on many factors and moments. Undoubtedly, experience and high-quality weapons, as well as luck, are fundamental. But an essential role is also played by auxiliary equipment, among which the lantern is. There are a lot of manufacturers producing various types of flashlights for hunting. But giving preference to one or the other device you need to remember that it must meet the following requirements: durability and reliability; must withstand the vibration of the weapon; be able to be securely installed on the weapon; have multiple backlight modes; be simple in operation; have a waterproof and durable case; have a reliable and long food.
Properly selected

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will not only help you during the hunt, but will also perfectly perform all the functions assigned to it.


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Re: Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:06 pm
by Edcyclopedia
If you look directly at it and don't get many spots then it's not a good one!

Re: Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 2:42 pm
by checkerfred
Noreast10pt wrote:
MikeHunter wrote:It's no secret that success in hunting depends on many factors and moments. Undoubtedly, experience and high-quality weapons, as well as luck, are fundamental. But an essential role is also played by auxiliary equipment, among which the lantern is. There are a lot of manufacturers producing various types of flashlights for hunting. But giving preference to one or the other device you need to remember that it must meet the following requirements: durability and reliability; must withstand the vibration of the weapon; be able to be securely installed on the weapon; have multiple backlight modes; be simple in operation; have a waterproof and durable case; have a reliable and long food.
Properly selected

[url=https://gearexpertguides.com/best-hunting-flashlights/]best hunting flashlight[url

will not only help you during the hunt, but will also perfectly perform all the functions assigned to it.


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Who uses a weapon mounted light for hunting?


I was about to post the same thing lol. Do that here and get caught...you’ll be hit with some hefty fines

Re: Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 4:20 pm
by stash59
checkerfred wrote:
Noreast10pt wrote:
MikeHunter wrote:It's no secret that success in hunting depends on many factors and moments. Undoubtedly, experience and high-quality weapons, as well as luck, are fundamental. But an essential role is also played by auxiliary equipment, among which the lantern is. There are a lot of manufacturers producing various types of flashlights for hunting. But giving preference to one or the other device you need to remember that it must meet the following requirements: durability and reliability; must withstand the vibration of the weapon; be able to be securely installed on the weapon; have multiple backlight modes; be simple in operation; have a waterproof and durable case; have a reliable and long food.
Properly selected

[url=https://gearexpertguides.com/best-hunting-flashlights/]best hunting flashlight[url

will not only help you during the hunt, but will also perfectly perform all the functions assigned to it.


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Who uses a weapon mounted light for hunting?


I was about to post the same thing lol. Do that here and get caught...you’ll be hit with some hefty fines


It is legal in some states for predator hunting and or pigs.

I'll look into the spam thing!!!

Re: Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:27 am
by camelcluch
Zebra lights are nice. They go from .5 lumens to 1000. Small and light weight they fit nicely in a pocket. They only issue for me is no red light but I’m sure you can find a lens somewhere.

Re: Hunting flashlight - what to look at?

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:55 am
by Tennhunter3
I like Gerber recon as my main light. Best light for the money I've found with great battery life. Has red green blue white colors.

Maglite solitaire led is a amazing backup light only 1 hour battery though.Tiny but gets the job done.