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If anyone is looking at getting a serious flashlight, check these folks out. I am thinking of ordering the one I am linking here. \

http://www.4sevens.com/product_info.php?cPath=297_306&products_id=1654

Incredible light output and the price is way below most other comparable tactical lights. About 2/3 the way down the page is a You Tube video you can watch of this in action.
 

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Great link Bruce, thanks!
 

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Thanks for the link. I got a "SUREFIRE" great light but expensive to use.
 

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Those Surefire lights are expensive to buy and use!! Great lights though.
 

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Did you know there's a flashlight forum? No kidding--it's enormous, 95,000 members, and very active. Looks to be a serious obsession for a lot of folks.

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/portal/index.php
 

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I won mine as a award at work, didn't have the batteries, and the bulb didn't last no time. got back working then keep it for serious work, Bought 2 LED flashlight from Harbor Freight for $3.00.
 

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guy48065 said:
Did you know there's a flashlight forum? No kidding--it's enormous, 95,000 members, and very active. Looks to be a serious obsession for a lot of folks.

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/portal/index.php
How would have thunk such a thing!!!! I had no idea people were so into flashlights. This one was advertised in one of my Concealed Carry magazine issues. Dang, 95,000 members is a LOT!!!
 

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bige said:
wonder how you can mod a flashlight?
:shock: 8) :lol: :p
I bet they are doing it!
 

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Man, I can at least justify being on a Side x Side Forum.....My friends would really think I was a loser if I spent 6 hours a day on a flashlight Forum.....my wife would really thing I was a geek.

I am sure there is alot of good info out there though. Like everything else, I am sure I would learn more than I would ever think I would need to learn LOL.

Does Odyssey make flashlight Batteries....Figure it would be a good deep cycle battery for the rechargable flashlights....could come with own backpack :shock: :D :roll: 8) 8)
 

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Mt wife thought I should be locked in a padded cell when I spent almost $30 on a 2-C LED flashlight but it's got great "throw"--lighting up objects almost 1/4 mile away. It's quickly become both our favorite for walking the dog and one set of batteries has lasted all winter with daily use.
 

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Mark, what kind of light did you get? I would like to have a larger one to walk the dog at night also. That big 100,000 cp spotlight gets heavy!! :lol:
 

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Bruce I think it's this one here:
http://www.rayovac.com/flashlight/se4w3c.shtml



It's a 4-watt 3-C (I goofed calling it a 2-C) one with a build quality like a Maglite. I thought I got it at Target, less than a year ago, but can't find any Rayovac lights on their website now. Don't know who else carries it but there's always eBay...
 

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Correction:
Not Target...I got it at Meijers. Saw them there today and it's been slightly changed since I bought mine. Still $27 but output has been increased and it now has a hi/lo switch to provide 60hrs @ 75 lumens or 20hrs @ 180 lumens.
 
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