Hunting

50 Great Hunting Tips

50 Great Hunting Tips One of the most interesting things about being a hunter is that the learning process never stops. Added up over the years, these gems of knowledge make us all better hunters. Here are our top 50. HUNTING STRATEGIES 1. GO EXTRA SLOW When still-hunting, most of us don't move slowly enough, or stay put long enough. Try using your watch as a guide. Decide on a period of time to stand still, such as five minutes. This way you'll be forced to remain quiet and silent for a minimum amount of time, longer if necessary. 2. STOP AT THE NOISE Here's a saying I came up with to remind me of an animal's terrific senses. "The sound of a snapped twig is quickly forgotten by the hunter, but long remembered by the quarry." If you make an unusually loud noise, stop and stand there as long as you can if you suspect animals are close by. A deer might stand a long time and st...more

Nighthawk Lights Introduces The Revolutionary Beacon C-Squared LED Flashlight

For Immediate Release: Revolutionary Flashlight; Perfect for Every-day Carry, Outdoor and Emergency Lighting Uses Charleston, SC – Nighthawk Lights, LLC a leading provider of high-performance lighting and Solar Chargers announced the introduction of its newest LED Flashlight. The Beacon C-Squared™ is a rugged, micro-sized, USB rechargeable battery powered LED flashlight designed for a wide variety of every-day, outdoor or emergency lighting uses. The versatile, easy-to-carry flashlight boasts 5 beam modes, a max output of 100 lumens and can provide a boost charge to cell phones and other USB chargeable devices. Crafted from aerospace grade aluminum the Beacon C-Squared features an integrated stainless steel clip, high powered magnet and ballistic nylon wrist band. It is waterproof (IP67), shock proof, drop proof and can throw a high powered beam 80 meters or over 260ft. All this and...more

Cool Dad Gift Ideas

Do you have the Coolest Dad? We knew you would say that, then why are you giving him this tie for Fathers Dad? This year get your Dad one of our next generation Flashlights or Solar Chargers and show him really just how cool you think he is. He will think you are just as cool because our all of products have Lifetime Guarantees, come with a 100% Money Back Guarantee and we even throw in FREE shipping. Come pick out your Dads cool gift now, time is running out:...more

Simply Brilliant

Crafted from hard anodized aerospace aluminum with an orange metal reflector. The Bantam HB-62 is the toughest, brightest and most reliable ‪#‎flashlight‬ in its class. ...more

Nighthawk White LED Flashlight

And rounding out our UltraLight colors, the ever popular the Nighthawk UltraLight – WHITE Ok, so you want to know why we produce an UltraLight with White Light? Well its no surprise that white light is the most common and used light color in the world. Human eyes see things best (in most environments) with white light. It is also our most requested color for UltraLight use. But white Led light may not be exactly what you think it is or even expect. Here’s an Led industry tid-bit that’s not to so well known to the general public (although with a few minutes of research you can find plenty of articles on it) There is no such thing as a “white” LED. The color that you see appears to be white, however it usually starts out as a Blue LED and then a phosphor coating is applied changing the color spectrum from blue to white. ...more

Nighthawk Green LED Flashlight

he Nighthawk UltraLight – GREEN: Ok, so you want to know why we produce an UltraLight with Green Light? A green LED light was one of the first in the spectrum to be used for natural night vision. It helps preserve night vision while allowing for some illumination. Hunters and fishermen etc. prefer the green light because it is less likely to spook the fish or game. It also does not attract insects the way a white light does. Green light is also used by the military and outdoor enthusiasts for electronic night vision equipment, which is less sensitive to green light. However a green light can still have a bad effect on your natural night adapted vision, just like any other color of light unless it is kept very dim. The military likes it for their night operations because, unless viewed straight on, it is difficult to pick up with the human eye. Green is also useful in smoke-filled env...more