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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by hankthetank, Mar 5, 2012.
Im looking for a pocket carry flashlight, one that wont break the bank. Any suggestions ? Thank you
At what price point do you feel the bank is beginning to break?
For a light ...... 60-70 $
I carry the sure fire backup all the time. Great light but expensive. Stream light makes one almost identical to it for 1/3 of the cost. Can't remember the model #.
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Can run on rechargeable 17670 as well.
Sure fire is my #1, but my #2 is a Mini Mag. Maglight now has a LED 65 lumins kit you can put on a 2AA mini mag. Pretty damn bright in my book. That one sits in the safe with my gun.
That's the one I carry every day.
Wow 65 whole lumens?
LOL But it's LED Lumens. (I think that is what the package stated, can't remember) But it is only 2 AA batteries.
This little guy runs on a single AA an puts out 85 lumens on the highest setting.
Not bad for $33 and it's only a hair bigger than the battery.
Fenix PD31.. I have two (one I carry and one on my AR) and my dad has one. Love them! Or go with the new PD32 which has the mode button on the side.
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Good choice. I have that one as well.
(Max Output: 470 ANSI lumens)
Fenix PD32, love it. I got it for $58 on ebay.
Fenix _TK 15
Nice looking light. I like a pocket clip for edc.
syntax, what kind of light is that you posted?
The stainless AA?
That's a Martac from CountyComm.
Stream light Polytac or Protac 2L. Polytac is cheaper and great.. I have a Quark 123 and wasn't impressed. Started having issues with the tailcap within a month or two.