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Predator Tactics Nightmare XXL LED Rechargeable Waterproof Light Kit, Black - 97370
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Predator Tactics Nightmare XXL LED Rechargeable Waterproof Light Kit, Black - 97370

SKU 794707
Brand Predator Tactics
Model Number 97370
UPC 640265973703
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Product Details


  • Type: Rechargeable, Waterproof
  • Series/Collection: Nightmare XXL
  • Lamp Type: LED
  • Battery Type: 26650 Lithium Ion (Included)
  • Material: Aluminum Alloy
  • Finish: Matte
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions: 10.8" L
  • Beam Distance: 800 yd
  • Filter Color: Red/Green/Blue/White


The Nightmare XXL hunting light kit comes with premium accessories to maximize the efficiency of this high-quality coyote light. You'll have full control of the beam on this predator light with the adjustable mounting system that can be attached to 1 inch and 30 mm scope tube as well as Picatinny and Nato Rails. The included silent intensity control on/off remote switch allows for easy operation of the light's intensity and on/off functions. The rubber halo shield will decrease the unwanted halo from the light to assist you in lighting up only the things you want to. The high capacity 26650 rechargeable battery and charger gives you an ample amount of burn time in the field for this high powered predator hunting light.


  • 800 yd of beam throw
  • Adjustable focus
  • Intensity control
  • 4 inches 1 LED bulb module (red, green, blue and white)
  • Color change switch with built in memory
  • Adjustable mounting system
  • Light splash (halo) control
  • Mounts to 1 inches and 30 mm scopes
  • Mounts to Picatinny rail and NATO rails
  • Silent remote switch control
  • Runs on a single rechargeable 26-650 lithium Ion battery
  • Functional in 0 deg temps
  • Includes Nightmare XXL flashlight, 4 in 1 LED (4 colors built into light), intensity control on/off remote switch, rubber halo shield, windage/elevation rail mount, scope rail mount, 26-650 battery, wall charger, plastic case


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