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I have written before about how I love flashlights. They fascinate me. As a result, we have more than we really need. Everytime a new one comes out, I have to have it. Because of this, we have several older Maglites. Now these were good flashlights in their day. However, with the advent of LED bulbs and the smaller flashlights that are now available most of us have stuck our Maglites in the corner.
The larger Maglites had one advantage over the smaller flashlights they made a decent club. Back in the day when I was in law enforcement, we liked them for this purpose. …Read More...
Today’s post is actually a comment make by C.E. Harris on yesterdays post on flashlights. It provides a lot of additional information on flashlights and night vision. The Fenix flashlight I have on my keychain is the Fenix E01, the same one he refers to.
If you’ve ever had to find your way out of a building when the power goes out you can appreciate the value of having at least a small light with you as EDC. When working SAR or damage assessment a head lamp which provides hands-free search capability and overnight battery life without a change is a plus.…Read More...