I have the same light and can see 150-200yds with it. Also have the white light version and can see 250yds. A side note is to get good batteries and charger. The C8 light works pretty good as well. More compact and only slightly less throw.http://68forums.com/forums/showthread.php?47456-lumens-candle-power-megawatts-oh-my! lots of info here
Id go to lightmalls.com --- I bought the one that Frank (uniquefire) recommended and it works great --- can see animals to 100 yards and eyes out past that
I have the 502-b as well. It is a lot smaller and works good out to 75 yds or so. I use it on my .22 for the rabbits and such. I lt seems pretty sturdy.I have the way low buck 502 version of this light I'll let you know how it works out in just about a week .
Mine came as a kit with mounts ,battery,charger ,and both a pressure switch and on/off click end caps . There is a high probability of it being on a 358 Win or 257 Roberts in 8# Mausers or a 6# 30-30 or a 6.8 AR so basically after I fill the bag I will see if I can break it . The 6.8 and 358 will be the most likely shooters this trip .
I went the el cheapo route too and got an HS802 from Amazon. My land is mostly brush so I don't get long shots. Blind to feeder is 68 yards. It does just fine at that distance. Seems to be well constructed.I have both the Wicked light and the Uniquefire HS 802. I purchased the 802 just because of the price, $18 shipped from ebay. It was a US dealer. The wicked is better at much longer distances but for the money its hard to beat the Uniquefire 802 as a second light. The overall construction seems to be about the same between the two. Time will tell if it will last any amount of time.