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  1. Non-Lethal Weapons & Self Defense
    I've always used Surefire and still do. But the Streamlight tactical lights are impressive with their ability for taking abuse.
  2. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Check out this NEBO flashlight. I have one and they are great. Also has a work light and a red work light. Magnetic base. Waterproof and basically indestructible. :thumb: https://youtu.be/GTT_z7M-K8c
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Wowtac sent me one of their A3 flashlights to review. It uses a single 18650 battery that has a built in micro-usb port. For some reason youtube said this video was not appropriate for advertisers. The only way I can get a manual review is if it reaches over 1,000 views, so please watch the...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Going through my GHB from vehicle (I certainly had too many of some items and a flashlight that did not work and a headlamp that did not work). That's helpful! Not. So..looking into either a tactical or pen style flashlight. Not set on either style. I need one for travel also. AA batteries...
  5. Contest
    Hello everyone, this contest is for two Thorfire C8S flashlights. Contest starts June 15, 2017 and ends June 30, 2017. Two winners will be picked at random on July 1st. Open to continental U.S. citizens only, sorry about that. Description Full Review -Thorfire C8S Review How To Enter...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Awhile back I reviewed the Thrunite Archer 1A. The 2A is the big brother to the 1A. As the name implies, the 2A uses two AA batteries while the 1A uses one AA battery. Specifications: Length:6 1/16 inches Diameter: 3/4 inch Weight: 3.45 ounces Firefly: 0.2 lumens Low: 17 lumens...
  7. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Very easy with schematic and all part values shown. http://i.imgur.com/tZmhbID.png?1
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Doing a review of the ATactical A1S flashlight. It survived all the test and lived up to the name of ATactical. Brightness settings: 24 lumens 140 lumens 460 lumens 1,150 lumens strobe 1,150 lumens The flashlight has a setting where it flashes SOS in...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    A company by the name of Atactical contacted me and asked if I would like to do a review of their flashlight, the A1. I went to amazon and looked at the flashlight. The current price if $19.99. Website - http://atactical.com/ I sent the company back an email saying sure, I would love to...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Up until a few months ago I had never heard of Thrunite. The leaders of the high quality flashlight pack are names like Surefire and Streamlight. Those guys better up their game because Thrunite is offering a quality product at a very affordable price. Full disclosure: I received the Thrunite...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Up until just a few days ago I had never heard of ThruNite, much less the ThruNite TN12. Someone on youtube reached out and asked if I would be interested in reviewing the TN12. After looking at the light I said sure, I would love to see it. Looking at the ThruNite TN12 on amazon, I asked...
  12. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I see many people review bright flashlights, like Thrunite TN32, TN36, TN40, OLIGHT SR52UT, but all those reviews just say its not a bushcraft flashlight, wouldnt you want more light in the wilderness at night even if it weighs a little extra?
  13. Vendor Deals
    UCO Clarus 150 Lumen LED Mini Lantern and Flashlight with Dimmer and Strobe - $9.75 + Free S/H over $35
  14. General Discussion
    I have a Nitecore P10(800 Lumen), GREAT light, prob one of my better, But as usual, I'm interested in a P12 (1000 Lumen)I have a LOT of lights (Flashlights, head lights, lanterns, etc.), I love flashlights/lanterns. I could start a username over at CPF, but I thought i'd try here first. here...
  15. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Has anyone made (or modified a portion of their bow to install) a weaver rail with a tactical flashlight on it? It doesn't have to be a rail system, but is there a way to attach a flashlight for night hunting/ target shooting?
  16. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Hey everyone, I just filmed my review of the Luci Solar Powered lantern. This thing is pretty freaking cool for the price. Check out my review here:
  17. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey guys, I'm not somebody that needs a flashlight for everyday use, but I would like to keep a reliable one in my bug out bag for a bug out and for power outages. The flashlight will probably be unused for periods of time, and needs to last a long time on a battery. I will use it to see where...
  18. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    So I was venturing around walmart with the girlfriend, just got paid and had a little extra money so I thought it was time to grab a new item for me BOB as my wallets been a little tight the past few weeks. Anyways, I came across all these flashlights and I still needed a headlamp, im not sure...
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    We have an electric cooktop. My wife thought she was turning off a large stockpot which was cooking, but actually turned it the wrong way. Wouldn't you know it, every night I check the downstairs to make sure everything is locked up and closed, and usually glance through the kitchen as well but...
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