You know the last one to make a post in a thread and no one relies after your post! .... Yup, sometimes I feel that I'm the "Thread Killer"!Last Post By: EZO Today, 07:09 AM
Closer to "Retired" Stauts, only 26 more day shifts and 32 more night shifts left, then I will have completed 30 years service.Dave D Today, 09:40 AM
The lugs either side of the flashlight body are sprung loaded, and there are rollers on the leading edge. I have still been able to pull the flashlightDave D Today, 09:36 AM
Nice review, and nice light! I like that UI, and would just wish for a deep pocket clip option.
From the pictures, it looks
I feel like giving away one you have already used is a type of re-gifting, almost never a good idea.
I can only think of two exceptions
I'm still not sold on the 2 levels. Would really like a third mid level for more general purpose use.
That said, I agree with the sentiment
Funny, but accurate observation.dlmorgan999 Today, 09:26 AM
How is the light released, does the tab need to be pressed down or are the sides holding the light in spring loaded,
I know there is a lock