Tucson, AZ - With the new accessory riflescope mount ring adaptor, predator hunters can now attach the NIGHTRAZOR spotlight to their fire- arms.
"Coonhunters tell us that they their love their hat- mounted NIGHTRAZOR spotlights, and they asked us to come up with a method of attaching our light to their rifles," commented Gary Williams, Tri-Tronics Marketing and Sales Manager. "Our engineers designed the accessory adaptor to be compatible with Weaver or Picatinny-rail style scope rings."
Weighing only 5.2 ounces, the NIGHTRAZOR cordless spotlight runs off a rechargeable, long-lasting battery. The compact, rugged, waterproof design includes four levels of bright- ness intensity and battery life indicator. The NIGHTRAZOR offers a S_O_S flashing option can be used in cases of emergencies. A quick flashing Strobe mode can be used to catch the eye of a curious raccoon or signal a hunting partner.
"Red and Amber filters are available as additional accessories to provide additional stealth, perfect for hunting wild hogs, coyotes, or other predators at night," stated Williams.
"It's reliable, compact, has phenomenal battery life, super lightweight, and weapon mount- able," remarked A.P. Jones, owner of AllPredatorCalls.com. "If you started with a clean sheet of paper with the intent to design the ideal night hunting light, it would be called the NIGHTRAZOR"
In addition to the riflescope adaptors ($7.95), the NIGHTRAZOR can be used as a cap- mounted spotlight, in either a baseball-style cap with liner or a hard plastic helmet. An accessory headband-style mount will be available in May. The Tri-Tronics NIGHTRAZOR is backed by a 2-year warranty and is made in the USA.
For more information visit http://www.tritronics.com/nightrazor.html