Browning Introduces New Hell's Canyon Flashlight

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posted on March 12, 2016
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Browning has announced an addition to its popular Hell's Canyon line of gear in the form of a new flashlight. The Hell's Canyon Speed Alpha Max Rechargeable flashlight features advanced digital circuitry that can utilize either a single AA battery or a 14500 Li-ion rechargeable.

Browning's new light is waterproof and submersible to three feet for up to 30 minutes. A Luxeon white LED bulb with high and low modes has a max brightness of 315 and a low of 155 lumens and an effective distance of 85 yards. A strobe mode is included for emergency signaling and a single green LED is included for a stealth mode.

It will be available in A-TACS AU or FG camouflage with a Dura-Touch Armor Coating.

The new Hell's Canyon flashlight will ship with an MSRP of $119.99.

For more information, go to Browning.com.

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