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Scott K

Belt light for coon hunting

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I am just getting back into coon hunting. I need a good light. What type of light are you guys using? Now I am not looking for top dollar, just a good light that is priced fair? What are your suggestions?

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i've got a nite lite belt light and it works nice, i've also got a nite light pro....but to be honest, i bought my son a nite lite not even sure what it is just a hundred dollar light and it works just as good as some i've paid 400 dollars for......what kind of dogs do you hunt,

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I just got a bluetick this year. That 1 hundred dollar light sounds like what I want! If you do happen to find out what brand it is, or where he got it, I would apreciate it!

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Wheat lights are very good lights.Get one with a gell battery.It will last all night long.I have 2 of them and one of them i have had for 28 years but put a gell battery on it.It still works great even after hardly using it in the last 5 years.

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