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    LED lights

    OK, I looked everywhere and don't see a better place to post this, hope it's the right spot. I see a lot of discussions asking if surefire is worth the money, and they are. But I also have had this little guy for almost three years and it is WAY better than the guy in this video says. Batteries last me from Christmas to Christmas, when I bought it, so reminds me to change the batteries. Three triple A's. Very inexpensive. Rubber O rings, sturdy aluminum, serrated edge to pup skill plugs out. It's the real deal for about $20 and a great Christmas gift idea. Just thought I'd share. Only draw back is its MADE IN CHINA. Other than that, IT ROCKS!


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    How many lumens?
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    It says in the video. 75
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    i actually got a nice one from the NRA before... all aluminum body.. low, high, and strobe... its bright to.. no idea how many lumens but it lights up my yard..
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    I was supposed to get that one with a renewal. It never showed up. So far, I've only renewed my GOAL membership this year.
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    Streamlight PT2L and PT1L

    I have the PT2L now and plan to get the 1L.
    180 Lumens for a small light. Yea, it's that bright for real. I was impressed. cost me $50.00 at Bass Pro..

    I've read some reviews and user testing that has been done. Great light for the price.

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    I have a streamlight scorpion 114 lumens 45$ that I use for a night stand light and I found a Rocky led light at Sam’s club 130 lumens and 19$ for two that I carry at work. I’m sure it isn’t as high quality as the surefire but at 10 bucks a pop (and it uses rechargeable batteries) I can afford to replace it
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    My TLR-2 is around 120 lumen's, but at the last gun show I was a drooling over one that uses 4 of the 123's strobe, low, and ready for this.... 700 lumen's on high!
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    i have an ultra stinger streamlight 275 lumens, a stinger hp led 180 lum, both rechargeable, then a tl-2 200 lum, a tlr-2 135 lum,on my house gun, and the newest addition is a 180 lum, led, pt2l. can you tell i love streamlights.

    i prefer streamlight over surefire for price and they are just as well made. still expensive, but cheaper than surefires.

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    Ok it's offical I want one of these, 700 lumens only 80 bucks Sportsman guide !!!

    •100% waterproof with marine-grade O-ring seals
    •Indestructible 700-lumen Cree® bulb shatters shadows
    •Machined CNC aluminum frame with black, non-reflective, anodized tactical finish with anti-corrosion treatment
    •Continuous push-button or momentary on / off rear switch
    •Weaver® style rail mount
    •Can withstand recoil of a .50 cal. BMG
    •8-hr. continuous run time on 2 lithium CR-123 batteries (not included)
    •Coated optical-grade glass eliminates filament ring shadows.
    •2 1/8" diam. reflector bell, 6 1/2" l. Approx. 10 ozs.


    Played with on at the Mason MI gun show it can throw a spot in full daylight, can you say fry the BG's rods in the dark, bty the 8 hour rating is on low....
    "The sword dose not cause the murder, and the maker of the sword dose not bear sin" Rabbi Solomon ben Isaac 11th century
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