Rayovac Flashlight - 7 Cell Sportsman Hunting Light with Leather Strap - Model No. D367F (c. 1970)
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Flashlights : Rayovac Brand / Standard 7 Cell Style

Rayovac 7 Cell Sportsman Hunting Light with Leather Strap  
Rayovac 7 Cell Sportsman Hunting Light with Leather Strap




Value: $35.00
Manufacturer: Rayovac
Mfgr. Model #: D367F
Circa: 1970
Battery: 7D
Style: Standard 7 Cell



Online Since: 8/12/2003
FM Reference #: RA00050
Notes:
Can also be configured for 3, 4 or 6 cells.
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  Homer
Russell, it takes a pr-20 bulb. The only place I have had any luck finding them is online.
Sep 1, 2013 - 10:00 AM
  Russell
The best flashlight, ever. I would hunt with nothing else. Unfortunately, my bulb finally burned out, and I lost it. If known, what size filament bulb did it use. These new led bulbs, are miserable. Regards, Russell
Mar 22, 2013 - 8:40 AM
  Dale Schultz
and BTW the captcha thing fails every time in Chrome browser.. I had to dig our IE to get this to work...
Sep 18, 2011 - 6:29 PM
  Dale Schultz
I have one of these and in my stupidity I tried to unscrew the head and in doing do I broke the switch mostly off. Yea sorry. Then I worked out out to remove the lens and housing. Inside is a light bulb and a spare. I tested the one that was in with a circuit tester and it has a circuit so I presume it works. I may install a new switch and perhaps even add some circuitry to make these LED powered...
Sep 18, 2011 - 6:28 PM
  BOB
I HAVE ONE ON EBAY FOR SALE NOW just look for ray o vac flashlight itys a 7 cell model thanks
Apr 3, 2011 - 4:40 PM
  @MIKE
MIKE......READ BELOW..."RICKS COMMENT" FROM JUNE 13, 2010...STATES HE HAS ONE FOR SALE...JUST CLICK THE LIL MAILBOX NEXT TO HIS NAME TO WRITE HIM...OR YOU CAN CHECK E-BAY FOR THIS...GOOD LUCK...
Mar 31, 2011 - 5:30 PM
  Michael Byfield
Does anybody have a 1970s rayovac 7 cell flashlight they want to sell they are hard to find
Mar 31, 2011 - 12:17 AM
  Mark Mounts
Yes I have one of the lights and it takes a pr-20 bulb,I found the bulb at ace hardware in dewitt Iowa
Mar 28, 2011 - 3:09 PM
  Homer
Great !! Thanks a bunch Flashhead. Have a great week. Homer
Nov 1, 2010 - 12:12 PM
  CORRECTION...
HOMER..I JUST READ BACK SOME OF THESE RESPONSES AN SOMEONE STATES THIS LIGHT TAKES A "PR20" BULB AN YOU CAN FIND IT ONLINE...GOOD LUCK....
Oct 31, 2010 - 9:56 PM
  FLASHHEAD
UMM HOMER....FINDING A 7 "D" CELL BULB MIGHT BE HARD...TRY RADIO SHACK OR A LIGHTING PLACE ONLINE....TO FIND A 6 "D" CELL BULB...TRY A HARDWARE STORE...I BOUGHT A 6 "D" CELL MAGLITE AN EXTRA BULBS (4) AN KNOW THAT HARDWARE STORES CARRY THEM...BUT EVERYTHING IS GOING L.E.D. TOO....I THINK MY 2 "D" CELL MAGLITE...WITH BUILT IN LED...IS MUCH BRIGHTER THAN MY 6 "D" CELL...WITH THE REGULAR INCADESCENT BULB...GOOD LUCK...
Oct 31, 2010 - 9:52 PM
  homer
Thank you Flashhead. Would you by chance know that bulb number? Have a good 'un. Homer
Oct 31, 2010 - 6:52 PM
  FLASHHEAD
SOUNDS GREAT CARY...WISH IT WAS MINE...JUST DONT STORE BATTERIES IN IT...DONT TAKE A CHANCE ON RUINING A GREAT LIGHT...I READ SO MANY STORIES ON HERE ABOUT FLASHLIGHTS AN CORRODED LIGHTS...IF YOU WANT A LIGHT TO STORE BATTERIES IN...OBVIOUSLY...BUY A CHEAP...2 DOLLER...ECONOMY LIGHT THAT WORKS...THEN IF IT LEAKS BATTERIES AN GETS RUINED..NO BIG DEAL...THROW IT OUT AN BUY ANOTHER ONE....BUT NEVER STORE BATTERIES IN A "GOOD" LIGHT...AN HOMER...YOU CAN USE A 6 "D" CELL BULB..FOR A 2, 3, 4, 5, AN 6 "D" CELL LIGHT...BUT NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND...IT WILL BLOW THEN..IT HAS TO BE THE SAME OR OVERRATED...FOR THE BATTERY SIZE.
Oct 30, 2010 - 10:12 PM
  Cary Cole
I tell you this much, I have 1 new in the original box and I wouldn't take less than $200 bucks for mine!
Love it!
Oct 29, 2010 - 8:41 AM
  Homer
Is the same bulb used no matter what comfiguration is ued? Same for 3 batteries as for 7 batteries? Thank oou.
Oct 28, 2010 - 12:34 PM
  Jesse
Thee flashlight! These are great! Nothing better than a big, long, heavy flashlight that you can depend on. At 7 D cells and a 4 inch reflector it projects a really nice beam. Wide enough to light up everything in front of you in pitch black settings, and tight enough beam to light up objects hundreds of yards in front of you. I have been at lakes that were a hundred yards wide, shined this light at the other side and the trees lit up no problem. Not dull either, nice and bright. Have also lit up trees that were atop a low rolling mountain of about 200 foot climb, while also being about 200 yards away from the base of that mountain.

I bought mine off of ebay a few years ago. The only thing was the leather belt, it had dried out a bit. So I used some bore butter (used for blackpowder gun cleaning) and wiped the belt with it. It brought the leather right back. After a few more applications, I just buffed it dry and let it air dry. Then a little while later, I put a coat of simoniz wax on it and buffed it out. That belt will be good for another 30 years I bet.
Jun 28, 2010 - 11:35 PM
  Rick
I have one these in unused condition with a perfect leather strap which I am considering selling.Any interest?
Jun 13, 2010 - 11:28 AM
  martyn renney
i have acquired my late dad's 7 cell sportsman which was his "pride and joy". he'd be proud to know that i still use it. has a cracked lense,would really like to get a replacement. any ideas ?
Mar 2, 2010 - 3:09 PM
  Brad
I use to have a light like this but it had an adjustable knob to increase the beam. I have been trying to find another one like it but no luck. can not remember what brand it was. Can you help. Thanks.
Nov 14, 2009 - 9:29 PM
  Luther
The way the lens comes out is by taking the littl wavy wire you see on the front where the lens is. That holds evrything in place. The head will not unscrew.
Nov 10, 2009 - 5:35 PM
  Yesennia
Does anyone know where we can buy one of these?
Oct 26, 2009 - 5:20 PM
  ED
ALL THE LIGHTS I SEEN ON THIS WEBSITE...THIS ONE IS MY FAVORITE...CLOSEST THING I GOT TO IT IS A 6 "D" CELL MAGLITE...WHICH IS GOOD...BUT DONT HAVE THE CHARACTER OR CHARM OF THIS....ANYONE WANT TO SELL ONE....LET ME KNOW....TANX....
Sep 15, 2009 - 11:54 PM
  CJ
I remember these being sold in camping stores in the New Hampshire / southern Maine area well into the 1980s. I always wanted one of these as a kid, and I am glad that I have finally been able to pick one up years later. I sure would love to find one of these new in the box, though....
Jul 7, 2009 - 10:02 PM
  Clay
I have this light new in box even, Found it in an old hardware store about 6 years ago here in Indiana. Even has the tissue paper to protect the lens from rubbing against the box. Works beautifully!!!!
Sep 17, 2008 - 2:04 PM
  edward
I have admired this flashlight for many years. I have collected them for the past decade. It is fun to add all of the center extention sections from all the Sportsmen flashlights that I have and make a long, long, long, flashlight handle. When 15 sections are added, it makes an unbelievable looking flashlight. I use dummy "D" cells and 7 regular "D" batteries in order not to blow up the bulb.
Aug 22, 2008 - 3:42 PM
  mary
I recently bought this flashlight and I think the bulb is burned out. Is there a trick to unscrewing the head to replace the bulb? Or is mine just very stuck?
Thanks
Feb 27, 2008 - 8:33 PM
  Fred
Really an outstanding and gorgeous flashlight. Should be reproduced for today. Where any made with a Nylon strap rather than the usual leather strap? Thanks and cheers.
Jan 24, 2008 - 1:53 PM
  Dave
If you like shopping online, the PR20 bulbs can be purchased at www.servicelighting.com
http://www.servicelighting.com/catalog_product.cfm?prod=EK40102
Apr 28, 2007 - 12:47 PM
  Ron Johnson
This flashlight takes a PR20 bulb they are still available and can be purchased at a regular HARDWARE store like ACE Hardware or a home owned store. I have not been able to find them at Home Depot, Lowes etc.

Great light, I must add!

Apr 28, 2007 - 12:07 PM
  Jim
I have this flashlight. Have cracked plastic lens and scratched reflector, but otherwise in excellent condition, with spare bulb. Are parts available?

Thanks.
Nov 19, 2006 - 11:48 AM
  Terry Clouthier
Any idea where I can get a bulb for this flashlight?
Nov 13, 2006 - 6:16 AM


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