Cyclops Unveils V8730 Varmint Light

posted on January 10, 2017

Cyclops Solutions has announced its new V8730 Varmint Light, designed specifically for hunters who find themselves targeting varmints after dark.

The V8730 can be mounted to a scope via the 25mm mount, and he Cree LED is available with both a white and a green light module, with the green LED being visible for 300 yards and the white LED being visible up to 500 yards away. The light is also micro-adjustable for elevation and windage thanks to a Picatinny mount. It also comes with a coil pressure switch, which has a dimming option if needed.

The Varmint Light sports a run time of up to three hours, and the AC/DC charger keeps the battery topped off while spotting game from a vehicle. The frame is a hard shell carrying case with foam inserts to hold everything nice and tight, even on the roughest of rides.

The V8730 Varmint Light ships with an MSRP of $199.99.

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