You didn’t say whether you needed throw or just flood. What kind of hunting or what will it be used for.
The light you linked looks like a UniqueFire HS-802 copy. Google
You could also search here for a few hunting lights that have been discussed. Search results for '' - BudgetLightForum.com
The HS-802 has been discussed many times here. Search results for '' - BudgetLightForum.com
I have one and its quit a nice thrower with a pencil like beam. In these thread links there should be lots of info where to buy parts and mods for the HS-802 for different types of hunting.
Welcome to the forum Jorswift. Fasttech is a great company with good prices for parts. Code BLF gets a 5% discount on flashlights. There is a Fasttech deal alert thread somewhere around here. Walbuys also has great prices.
That's a good looking light, but you can get a lot more light for that much money. Tell us what you want the light to do and you will get a lot of good recommendations from the members here. If you already purchased it, it looks like it can be modded a pretty nice light.
I just received some light from Amazon I bought to try. A UltraFire C8 Q5 XML and a red UltraFire WF-5028 Q5. Does this sound about right? Bear with my guys, Im reading and trying to take it all in. thanks.
I am wanting to attach a “kill light” to my rife. I want to be able to see 100 yards or so in RED? is that possible? I see these website have $200+ lights that advertise that. That is nuts!
XR-E R2 the die is smaller, so you get a tighter hot spot with less total lumens output. XML produces more lumens but the hot spot becomes huge compared to the XR-E. For even greater throw with the XR-E, you can replace the driver with a 1400ma amc7135 driver with your choice of modes or just a single mode. If you had a copper pill made for the light the current and throw might be increased even further. how hard can i drive an xr-e emitter?
Output to expect with current increase. Results: Testing XM-L, MC-E, SST-50, and XP-G emitters **Updated**
Copper I’m sure would exceed these numbers a little.
The one I got from DX a couple of years ago (2-mode) had a off,on,on switch, where the first on was tied to a resistor (Low mode) to limit current. You will need to replace the switch with a on,off version if yours comes that way. Mine came pulling less than 1 amp factory. There so many copies now its hard to tell what you will end up with.