Designed especially for predator hunters and tested by some of the best in the business, this proven hunting package has all you need in illumination to positively identify and harvest those wary creatures of the night. Included is Elusive Wildlife Technologies industry leading Kill Light® XLR 250, a 250+ yard powerhouse of illumination. See your entire target, guaranteed. Include with the XLR 250 is a Kill Light® Rapid Scope Mount, barrel mount kit, ring to rail mount, halo shield and dual station charger with a 2 pack of 18650 3000mAh extended runtime batteries. The perfect package for your gun. Then add on the best hands free head lamp on the market, The Kill Light® Hands Free Head Lamp. An impressively small but powerful light, this super easy to use light also has built in zoomable focus giving you both a super functional close proximity flood light for general use and with a simple turn of the light body, zoom to a long range spot for distance viewing. Perfect for scanning for eye shine! Includes a dual station charger with a 2 pack of 18650 3000mAh batteries plus our Elusive Wildlife Predator Head Band. Hours of battery life and proven functionality, incredibly effective.
Available in Red or Green
Choice of ON/OFF or Pressure Tactical Switches
EASTERN YOTE HUNTER
Posted by Brian Trout on 12th Mar 2015
I bought the predator pack with pressure switch. Overall the lights are very nice. They are well made and don't feel cheap. The chargers also feel like they are well made. The pressure switch is a nice feature except for It attaches to gun via self adhesive velcro. This velcro isn't very adhesive and wouldn't stick anywhere. I ended up just super gluing the velcro to my gun stock. It ain't going anywhere now. For me I don't mind but someone else may so that is something to keep in mind. The mounts for the light are Ok, easy to use and they work. I don't have a problem with them they just could potentially be better. The headlight is nice has 3 modes, low med, and high and it is zoomable. My biggest complaint overall for the whole setup is the size of the headlamp straps. The straps just aren't long enough if you have a just above average size dome. If you have a big head you might as well forget it. I have an average - slightly bigger than average head and I have the straps maxed out and it is still tight for me almost to the point of being uncomfortable but I will deal with it because the light is very nice otherwise.