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Old 10-13-2012, 09:30 PM
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Picked up a 1000 lumen led flashlight on ebay the other day for $22. Takes a special rechargeable battery that I have to buy, but they aren't very expensive. The light has the new Cree xm-l T6 led. Supposed to be the brightest out there, up to 250m. Will let you know when I get it in...
Is this light bright enough to mount on a high power ,and see good enough with a scope to shoot 150yds.
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:47 PM
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Fenix LD20. 180 lumens, 3 brightness modes, tail click, uses AA's and will fit in your pocket for $50.
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Old 10-14-2012, 01:56 PM
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Anyone have any suggestions on a good hunting flashlight that's very bright and compact?
Redline. 310 lumen. 5 settings. Beam is adjustable for distance or flood.

3 aa batteries. Very compact. $39 at Sacketts in Jasper. Cheaper on line. I am very hapoy with it.
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Old 10-21-2012, 02:30 PM
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Picked up a 1000 lumen led flashlight on ebay the other day for $22. Takes a special rechargeable battery that I have to buy, but they aren't very expensive. The light has the new Cree xm-l T6 led. Supposed to be the brightest out there, up to 250m. Will let you know when I get it in...
I bought one.. H O L Y CRAP!! Simply the best pocket light I have EVER used in my life!! So bright white, with an excellent spot with just enough of a flood effect to see around the spot.. Im blown away.. It takes 123/s as well as the two rechargeable that come with it, recharger too.. You can not go wrong for the price.. WOW...!!
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:07 AM
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A 3000Lm light(fits in the palm) was tested in a motorcycle mag-they say was the best ever for $69.I found it on Ebay but don';t have the name for it anymore.I was just looking to see if it was still sold their.
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Old 10-23-2013, 06:43 PM
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I recently bought a couple of new lights.

Surefire P2X Fury tactical 500 lumens
Surefire P3X Fury tactical 1,000 lumens
Surefire Maximus headlamp 1-500 lumens
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Old 10-23-2013, 10:06 PM
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Coleman max 144

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Old 10-23-2013, 10:12 PM
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Best $10 light I've found. More like a flood light. Larry light

New one, haven't tried it yet but I bet it is good. Larry light2
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Old 10-29-2013, 09:28 AM
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Another vote for anything Surefire. Pricey but well worth it. Buy once, cry once. Unless something has changed, they're American made as well.
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Old 11-18-2013, 04:20 PM
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I bought a 1000 lumen at Home Depot Friday for $29 that was in the Christmas specials that is really nice. It uses 3 D-cell batteries and I think you could land a plane with it. LOL
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Old 11-18-2013, 05:26 PM
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I bought a 1000 lumen at Home Depot Friday for $29 that was in the Christmas specials that is really nice. It uses 3 D-cell batteries and I think you could land a plane with it. LOL

Yep' I got my eye on one too...Saw them last week; but
was in a hurry and did not pick one up.....Next trip...
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Old 11-23-2013, 08:29 AM
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Just bought 2 Surefire Titan T1A's and a Surefire U2 that will be modded.
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Old 11-24-2013, 07:21 PM
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Bought the 1000 lumen Defiant at Home Depot. This light is super bright and uses D size batteries which are easy to find and replace. It has a high/low setting thereby allowing more battery life. The only negative is the size and weight that is unless you like your flashlight to double as a weapon. This material of this light appears to be aluminum and could be used a nightstick. I'd guess it's about a foot long. Wish it had a place to add a neck cord. I'll keep this one in my truck.
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4Sevens Quark AAČ Turbo

200+ lumins, AA batteries, and a 10 year warranty for under $50.
I had a 4sevens about 2 weeks and it would go from bright to dim on its own. took it out to our tool truck and they replaced some parts on it. a week later was in the woods and it either wouldn't come on or was dim. took it back and asked to swap it for any cheap plastic flashlight. got a streamlight and it's been great for 2yrs. now. a co worker of mine had the same problems. I would only carry a 4sevens in a open field on a bright sunny day and have a lighter for back up !
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Old 12-11-2013, 08:31 AM
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Best $10 light I've found. More like a flood light. Larry light

New one, haven't tried it yet but I bet it is good. Larry light2
These are awesome little lights to keep in your car and around the house. They put out a flood beam vs. a spot.

I hung one inside an 8 man tent when camping and it lit up the whole thing.

Haven't seen the Larry 2, I'll have to pick one up.
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Bought the 1000 lumen Defiant at Home Depot. This light is super bright and uses D size batteries which are easy to find and replace. It has a high/low setting thereby allowing more battery life. The only negative is the size and weight that is unless you like your flashlight to double as a weapon. This material of this light appears to be aluminum and could be used a nightstick. I'd guess it's about a foot long. Wish it had a place to add a neck cord. I'll keep this one in my truck.
started to pick one of those up the other day just to try
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NiteCore HC 30 Headlamp / hand held. 1000 lumens.
Awesome light.
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Thinking to buy a new led flashlight. What do you think about Fenix PD35 tactical flashlight? Did anyone use this flashlight?
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Old 12-02-2017, 08:43 AM
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Thinking to buy a new led flashlight. What do you think about Fenix PD35 tactical flashlight? Did anyone use this flashlight?
looks like a nice flashlight. I have a Fenix fd20 and really like it.
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