I See The Light

I See The Light

Hunting sometimes means making sure we have all our "stuff", our gear, to take to the woods!

One item I try not to forget is a flashlight. It's pretty important, after all how are you going to track your "monster" in the dark without one! Not to mention finding things you might have dropped from your favorite treestand, also finding your way out of the woods is nice! Checking your compass, watch, where you left the truck keys, where that arrow is that you missed that buck with! Many reasons to carry a good light!

Now, don't settle for any old flashlight! I personally use a sweet little light that does a heck of a big job! Its made by Browning called Crossfire , it takes 2 AA batteries, which gives out 125 lumes, its a LED light that has three settings, the battery life last quite along time,  does not take hardly any room in your pocket, you can stick  it in your mouth for hands free use, the cost is about $32.00, I know it may sound like a lot, but, I truly believe it's worth it!

Check it out at Browning online! You won't be disappointed! If, I lost mine today, I would buy another tomorrow!

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