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THE flashlight

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Sleasys14, Dec 2, 2012.

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  1. Sleasys14

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    You know what the battery life is on those things? Dismal is an understatement. Think 5 minutes.
     
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    Yeh use wisely. I would like to turn it on in the woods just to see how bright 4100 lumens really is.


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    I think I read their lasers go 85 miles into space.


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    Their Artic and Krypton lasers are very powerful. Not the kind you use to entertain your cat with, though, being as they'll cut/ignite materials, and can cause instant, permanent damage to eyes.
     
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    Gizmo with little, if any, practical value.
     
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    I suppose that'd work, if you don't mind carrying around a 6 pound, $700 flashlight.
     
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    Ummm, that's probably an asset to the folks that want it. Just say'n.
     
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    you know you have a hell of a laser when it can interfere with satellite sensors....


    i do however find it humorous that they say its too dangerous to be used as a gun sight....never mind the gun barrel pointing at the guy, that laser will kill ya.
     
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    The warning is about the innocents that get lit up with this thing and the damage to their vision.
     
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