38LRX Rifle Light with 1-4 colors

38LRX Rifle Light with 1-4 colors

Regular price
$129.99
Sale price
$129.99
Tax included.

The 38LRX Rifle light comes with
1 - 38LRX Rifle light with remote wired Eliminator switch. Eliminator switch has two buttons on it, one button turns the light on half power and the other full power.
----The Eliminator switch works both as a pressure switch and a on/off switch.
1 - LED module in your choice of color(Red, Green, IR, White). The LED module color determines the color of light your light will emit. Choose in the options above.
1 - Normal flashlight tail cap with paracord lanyard. Tail cap may look slightly different then the picture.
Does not include batteries, charger or mount but you can add them in the options above.
Warranty - 5 years on housing and LED, 2 years on any mounts or switches, 1 year on batteries and charger.

Max distances in yards each color will shine, Red = 352, Green = 384, White = 527, IR 850nm = 700. with Gen 3 Night vision, IR 940nm = 500 yards with Gen 3 Night vision.
Focusable beam so you can go from spot beam to flood beam allowing you to put just the right amount of light on the animal without spooking it with too bright of light.
Fast focus, go from full flood beam to full spot beam in about 3/4 of a turn of the head.
Interchangeable LED modules so you can easily change the color the light emits.
Will mount to a 35mm, 30mm or 1 inch scope tube or weaver/picatinny rail with our Height adjustable Quick release mount not included in this package unless you add it in the options.
If you are planning on mounting this light to a gun we highly recommend our Height adjustable Quick release mount.
You can easily convert this light to our 50LRX or 66LRX by purchasing a 50LRX or 66LRX head
Runs on 1 18650 battery.
Please note that the video below is with the 38LRX bow light, the 38LRX rifle light is the exact same light except the tail caps are different. You can see that the light is so bright in
the spot beam that it washes out the pigs until we focus the beam to a wider beam. You can easily see in the video how you can go from a spot beam to a flood beam.