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Primos Varmint Hunting 12V Light

Item # 402055
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Key Features

  • 350-yard Xenon spot beam

  • Lightweight housing

  • Stock-mounted on/off switch

  • Red flip-up lens

  • Fits all 1" diameter scopes


Our Price   $69.99

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primos Ideal for hunting at night, the powerful Primos Varmint Hunting 12V Light illuminates the path ahead. Red flip-up lens won't alert your prey to your position. Fits all 1" diameter scopes. 350-yard Xenon spot beam. Includes a 12V power plug (battery not included).

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Primos Varmint Hunting 12V Light
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

AWESOME LIGHT

By JeremiahJohnson

from Hills of Virginia

About Me Enthusiast, Home Owner, Hunter

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Accuracy
  • Compact Design
  • Durable
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Price
  • Quality

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Home Protection
  • Hunting
  • Shooting Ranges

Comments about Primos Varmint Hunting 12V Light:

We use these lights hunting, fishing, camping, around the house & emergency backup lights in place of flashlights. Fits snugly on all 1" scopes we use, clip-on attachment makes them quick & easy to swap out between rifles - 8 different ones with no problems slipping/or moving around like others list here. We even sometimes mount them to the side for personal preference. Think they may have just gotten a loose one if it came that way. Between friends & family we have 10 & no problems at all, ever. Broke a lens when I dropped one, called Primo & Rand sent one out the same day to be here the next day, no problems; great customer service & satisfaction. Hunting varmints, coyote, fox, bobcats & racoon; I've found none better, especially for the price. Easy adjusments & bulb/lense replacement. Very versatile, had friend who is electrician help out making some adjustments for maximizing performance. Batteries last good while using to spot & scan, original batteries are now 4 years old & still going strong!

  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Hunting light review

By ScottA

from Central, OH

About Me Hunter

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • 12V powered
  • Longer range

Cons

  • Kinda pricey
  • Made in china

Best Uses

  • Hunting

Comments about Primos Varmint Hunting 12V Light:

I've not seen any to compare it with. In the field it seems to do ok - so far, so good.

(25 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Top Heavy .. Tips over in use

By Moose1am

from Evansville, IN Area

About Me Experienced Hunter

Verified Reviewer

Pros

    Cons

    • Flimsy Design
    • Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Cold Climate
    • Small Game Hunting
    • Warm Climate

    Comments about Primos Varmint Hunting 12V Light:

    I purchased one of these and tried to mount it on my 1" OD Burris Full Field II Scope. The clip on attachment does not have any grip and the light will not stay in place. It will rotate around the scope as the clip is not strong enough to attack it securely to the 1" OD rifle scope.

    I tried to put some cloth tape on the scope to make the connection have more friction so that the light would not fall over. The plastic clip is slipper on it's inside diameter and the scopes metal surfaces are slick also which does not make for a good contact between the two surfaces.

    The ligtht itself is pretty good but if it won't stay up while hunting (especially at night) it's worthless to me.

    Compare this lights clip on connector with the LightForce connector which can be screwed tightly in place.

    Now for Larger Diameter Scopes they make an adaptor but I can't see how it fits onto the light. I think the adaptor for larger scopes will fit completley around the scope.

    The clip for the lights only covers about 3/4 of the 1" od type scopes. That's the problem

    When they redesigned the light's scope connection to make it more secure they will have a useful product.

    I took my light back.

    Now the smaller 100 yard light is not so top heavy and it will stay in place on the top of the scope much better. It's the taller lights 250 yard type that fall over to easily.

    This is an honest review from someone who has bought and used these products.

    The first light of these type I bought had a defective power charger and battery so I returned it for a refund. I decided that I wanted another light and another battery and charger so I got another of the 100 yard type lights. I still have my 250 yard light which runs off the same 6 volt battery and has the same charger.

    The new lights come with a battery carrying package that's made of thicker material than the ones sold last year. The battery pouch is made of a heavy thread type material which is a lot nicer and sturdier that the orginals.

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    • Q:

      what animal is it best for
      Asked on 1/24/2010 by buck from birch run michigan

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      • A:

        any night time varmint hunting; as with any light with cables & clip mounts, you must be a little more careful hunting racoon in the woods but we use them hunting coyote, fox, bobcat; even use them fishing & training dogs at night in the off (chase) season

        Answered on 4/5/2011 by JeremiahJohnson from Hills of Virginia
    • Q:

      how much does the ligth weight? And what is the demensions?
      Asked on 12/26/2008 by Anonymous

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        A:

        The light weighs 3 and 1/2 pounds with the battery pack. The height is 3 inches from the base, 2 and 1/2 inches deep, and the lens is 2 and 1/2 inches in diameter.

        Answered on 1/7/2009 by Bradley from Gander Mountain
      • A:

        It's not very heavy as it's made out of plastic. But the light is top heavy and will rotate around the rifle scope as the clip on scope attachement won't hold it tight.

        The battery is not very heavey either. I weighted in on my postal scales and it weights 114.2 oz with the carrying case on the battery. This included the short wire with the paired connector at the end.

        The light itself comes with a red lense that's use to cover the front plastic clear lense.

        Hope this helps.

        I have the 6 volt 250 yard model.

        The 12 volt battery may be a bit heavier. That the 350 yard model that uses the 12 volt battery and the 12 volt light bulb.

        Answered on 1/18/2009 by Moose1am from Evansville, IN Area
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