The hunting or rifle firearm version of the Wolf Eyes Sniper II Hunter is out, with a dual tailcap which enable it to be used on your firearm or off. The Sniper II Hunter LED hunting flashlight torch is able to project all of it’s 1,000 lumens into it,s 100 metres of throw, as shown on the pic below where it is compared to it’s 350 lumen predecessor.
If you are a tactical unit needing a rifle mounted flashlight torch, a hunter needing something for their firearm, whether it be a rifle, shotgun or even a hunting bow, the Wolf Eyes Sniper II Hunter should be on your short list of LED hunting torches and flashlights. (If a tactical unit you may want to consider our option Zero Off Switch which mounts to a picatinny rail). More details on the Wolf Eyes Sniper II Hunter LED hunting flashlight torch is available here: Wolf Eyes Sniper II Hunter
Wolf Eyes Sniper II Hunter 1,000 lumens compared to 350 lumens
Wolf Eyes has just released the Sniper II with 1,000 lumens! Only a year or so ago this would have been unimaginable in a flashlight, now this is all in a modest sized (15cm x 2.54cm) handheld LED flashlight. With four levels of output and this huge 1,000 lumen output, this is one bright torch. More details at: Wolf Eyes Sniper II LED Tactical flashlight.
Do you shoot at night? Would you like a rifle mounted light which can reach 300 metres? The Wolf Eyes Sea Lion LED hunting torch flashlight may suit your needs. Easily allowing targets to be seen at 200 metres and up to 300 metres for those with clear eyes and good scopes. Modest in size but still allowing 100 minutes runtime, the Sea Lion Hunter is a great development for those who need to shoot at night. Below is an A4 sheet lit at 300 metres by the Wolf Eyes Sea Lion Hunter
Sea Lion Hunter at 300 metres
More details at: Wolf Eyes Sea Lion Hunter LED hunting torch flashlight
- Wolf Eyes Sniper MC
The Wolf Eyes Sniper MC utilises the new Cree MC-E LED to give 580 lumens of floodlight in a modest palm sized flashlight. It utilises a slightly larger head than other Sniper flashlights like the Sniper 260 to give a much brighter flood. It also has a new tailcap which enable the use of a lanyard.
- Wolf Eyes Sniper 260
The Wolf Eyes Sniper 260, a huge 260 lumen output from a flashlight or torch just 13cm long. More output than a Maglite, but lighter, with a better high, medium and low beam available as well as a disorientating strobe. The body is a standard 25.4mm (1″) and has a variety of gun mounts available if you are using this flashlight (torch) for military or police use.
Here are some photos of the Wolf Eyes Sniper 260 compared to a 6D Maglite.
- Maglite 6D
Wolf Eyes Sniper 260 flashlight
As always, the Wolf Eyes torches are available with charger and rechargeable batteries. More details at www.wolfeyes.com.au