LED Flashlights

Discussion in 'Self Defense Tactics & Weapons' started by Johnny Knoxville, Nov 30, 2009.

  1. Johnny Knoxville

    Johnny Knoxville New Member

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    If you are not familiar with 4Seven, Fenix, NiteCor Flashlights, you may want to check them out. Nice equipment. I have had 3 Fenix for over two years and two 4Sevens on order.

    Latest in Cree Emitters, good prices. On line discount code CPF8 for an 8% discount.

    www.4sevens.com

    Many are not much larger than the battery. I am getting Quark Mini to replace my Fenix L1T V2.0 as EDC. Twice the output!!

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    Others are great for shirt pocket carry@ 160 lumens out the front.

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    If you are seeking high output....Fenix TK 40 at over 600 Lumens.

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    I have had this T1 for over 2 years and it is going strong.

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  2. Maximilian II

    Maximilian II New Member

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    I know the LED Mag lights are pretty darn nice. I'm just waiting on my old one to die first. Might be a while...
  3. Cincinnatus

    Cincinnatus New Member

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    gotta stick with Streamlight
  4. Johnny Knoxville

    Johnny Knoxville New Member

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    Streamlight has some nice niche lights others don't have.

    In their Pocket Light series I like the Stylus Reach, "goose necks", their lanterns and tactical gun mounts excel.
    Other than that there are many competitive lights these days that outshine outprice and have a multi-year warranty.

    I want a traveling salesman Streamlight Display case that has one of everthing!!:D
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