i’m thinking about getting a light that fits on a rifle scope for coyote hunting at night .
i have been told to get green . outside that i really don’t know anything about them .
if anybody has any advise please fire away, i can use all the advise .
thanks , dan
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I thought predator hunters always used red lights?
Kinda neat idea I heard about. A guy at work set up a bait pile about 150 yards from his house. He then rigged a pressure switch on a plate next to the bait. When the coyotes step on the plate, it triggers a red light on a pole next to it. Kinda floods the area with red light, but doesn’t spook anything. When he sees the light come on, he opens the back door and shoots.
Check out the Kill light xlr250, I have it on my gun and love it. IN RED
i read about this light . is this the same one that sniperhoglight sells ? i read on ohio sportsmans that it was but don’t know .
does yours have a ” tail light” switch that you have to hold on for the light ? also , how do you co-ordinate the beam to your crosshairs ?
the reason of the green light is that i know some guys that use green and they say that the yotes can’t see that color and gives them more shooting light than red . i don’t remember the name of their nite lights but i do know these boys have about 300 bucks in each of their lights , i didn’t want to get that much wrapped up . i do know they have an adjustment screw to coordinate their light to their crosshairs .
keep all info coming , thanks . dan
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