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    Default Quick disconnects?

    Where do you guys get the little quick disconnect thingys that are used on a keychain so you can easily remove flashlights & such?

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    Default Re: Quick disconnects?

    I know walmart has them, lol

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    Default Re: Quick disconnects?

    They also come on Photon Freedom Microlights. Another type comes on the end of Surefire Z-60 lanyards.
    A flashdark is a device that projects a black circle upon (thereby obscuring) anything which is visually offensive. Surefire: E1e/KL1(2), E2L, E2e, E2C/P-61, KL2, KL3(1,2v3), KL4, L1-RD(1), L1-WH(1,2), L2(1), L4, L5, L6, G2, C2, U2, K2, M2, C3, M3, M3T, M6. Milkyspit: ML-1, MilkMite. Photon: Freedoms(WH/RD/TQ).

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    Default Re: Quick disconnects?

    Try the Berkeley Point link in the CPF Specials thread (sticky in Dealer's forum).

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    Default Re: Quick disconnects?

    Ditto what greenLED said! Just breakdown and buy a bagful because later you'll be wishing you did the first time. This way postage breaks down better!

    YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!
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    Default Re: Quick disconnects?

    If you want the exact ones that are used on the photon lights, you can get them here. They cost $1.25 each.

    I bought about 25 of them and use them for all sorts of things.

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    Default Re: Quick disconnects?

    In this part of the world, Home hardware carries them.

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    Default Re: Quick disconnects?

    Scroll down on this web page and you'll see them:
    http://www.lighthound.com/sales/lanyard_supplies.htm

    Mini, Micro, Nano, and Pico under Clips on this web page:
    http://www.berkeleypoint.com/product...are/index.html

    Don't forget some small split rings to go along with your clips (both of the above companies also offer them).

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