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Primos Bloodhunter



Following a blood trail in the dark is always a challenge, as is finding the right light. The new Bloodhunter Blood Trailing Spotlight from Primos may be the answer. It features a red beam for small area illumination and a green beam for walking through the woods without spooking game or losing your night vision. The red and green beams blended together enhance the color of blood, making it easier to see. The Bloodhunter, powered by a NiCad rechargeable battery, comes with both 12-volt and 110-volt chargers. Burn time between charges is about 1.5 hours. Retail is about $75




(Primos, 601/879-9323, www.primos.com).

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