Browning's Hellcat Flashlight

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posted on May 31, 2016
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The Hellcat is the newest addition to Browning’s line of flashlights this year. It’s durable, submersible and, most importantly, powerful.

The Hellcat can be powered by two different sources; two CR123A lithium batteries for a brightness of 610 lumens or 18650 Li-ion battery for a brightness of 825 lumens. With a switch of the single-action tailcap you can alternate between momentary and continuous modes and turn the light on and off.

The Hellcat is an excellent hunting tool for many reasons. It features a super bright white, long-distance beam and transversely a trio of soft green LEDs for stealth lighting. The Hellcat is constructed of an aluminum body with a polycarbonate lens and an internal battery magazine. It’s waterproof and will continue to work in a three foot submersed environment for 30 minutes. The Hellcat is also compact, measuring in overall length at 5.75 inches.

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