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  • Gun Mount Suitable

    posted by salmo65

    Good quality buildIncredible value for money. Very bright- 230lm seems rightthrows effective light 120m+tight beam, very little flood which suited my usethis is a single mode light eg on/off not 3 mode as stated.....this is a good thing for simple use.
    Brought this Recoil Thrower to mount on a .22 cal Rifle. Perfect light for the job.Has also been mounted on a high powered, heavy recoil centrefire and survived with no issues
    buy if you are looking for a gunlight for .22cal or larger. I havent found a better distance thrower yet...this is the one
  • Great light

    posted by Rod911

    1. The first con noted below can actually also be a pro. Because of this little quirk that you need to fully click the button to get to the next mode, you can still use the light to signal by half-pressing the clicky.2. It's very well made. The clicky is solid and, after the clean and lube job, I've tested the head portion of the light to be waterproof. I'm not brave enough to fully submerge the light, but I could probably safely say the light as a whole is at least splash-proof.3. Direct driven. It let's you know when your battery is running low because the reduction in brightness.4. Good output. I compared the low on this light with an EagleTac T10L's general mode which is meant to be 60 lumens. It turns out to be slightly less bright than that. However, the high mode on this light looks higher than the T10L's 255 lumens. If I had to guess, it's probably around the 300+ mark.5. The tint is ever so slightly warmer than my T10L (ie. still white, but less 'blue white'), which I like.6. I've only test high mode, but I managed to get at least an hour from it, with the light still usable as the battery ended.
    Note that, as soon as I got the light, I did the following mods:- sanded down the lens with 200 grit paper and then finishing it off with 800 grit paper in order to create a diffused lens- the pill can be unscrewed from the body. I used some left over Arctic Silver 3 around the threads to improve heat transfer from the pill to the body- cleaned and lubed up the threadsI have not tried using the light as it came straight from DX.
    It's a two-stage, resistored, reverse-clicky, MC-E light. It's great to use around the house with the diffused lens creating a 'wall' of white light.
  • A small light gun in your pocket

    posted by compasillo

    + It is very powerful even with a single AAA battery. This time the 100 lumens seem to be true+ Tail clicky switch accessible to replace/modify it (see photo)+ Very small and light weight, it fits any pocket + Two holes for the lanyard so it can tail stand easily (though it is very thin and a little long to be fairly stable)+ It has a middle wide spot right for short distance and the beam is powerful enough to light up your path more than 30 meter
    I would prefer at least two modes in this flashlight. For such a powerful led in most situations a lower amount of light is needed. But it's ok for the price. It is a comfy EDC you can put in your pocket and forget about till needed.
    I'm very satisfied with this flashlight. As I titled it is a small light gun.
  • Nice light for the price

    posted by mikeb1206

    Great range of distanceFeels durable so far
    Really lights up the area without hurting your eyes wich is important when night hunting.
    I will be buying more of these for all of my vehicles and for gifts for people..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
  • Nice, bright torch :)

    posted by chocobo_ff

    Very bright for something so little, even when using AA batteries. 14500 produces even brighter lights, but I think AA batteries last a bit longer (depending on the power rating of the batteries used really). Very small and portable.
    A must if you need that extra light for whatever reason you may have (going out at night, camping/tramping, fixing something in the house, etc etc).

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