Bass Pro Shops Pursuit X1 Predator Light Kits

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posted on April 8, 2014
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Whether the game is hogs, coyotes, raccoons or other night stalkers, the Bass Pro Shops Pursuit X1 Predator Light provides precision illumination where it’s needed.

The kits come as a complete package in three different lumen levels, and can be mounted on rifles, shotguns and bows. Each kit includes mounts for both 1-inch and 30 mm scope tubes, which can be used on extended magazine tubes on shotguns and 1-inch bow stabilizers, and also comes with a Picatinny rail mount for AR-15 style rifles.

A wired, remote toggle switch conveniently mounts for right- or left-hand activation, and white, green or red lenses can be chosen based on the situation. The units are powered by CR123A batteries, are impact resistant to 1 meter and rated IPX4 for water resistance.

The 180-lumen kit illuminates out to 164 yards and is available for $69.99. The 300-lumen version reaches out to 218 yards for $89.99, and the 600-lumen kit provides light out to 328 yards for $129.99.

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