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    Should I make this an option?



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    Very nice.. the range is expanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mohanjude View Post
    Very nice.. the range is expanding.
    Thanks....it's also sporting Nichia 219's

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    YES, Very nice looking Mac.......Robert.

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    Damn. If only if waited.

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    Looks great Mac!

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    Mac,
    Is this light available now? If so, what is the price? Thanks

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    Hey Mac Just curious, I thought I had read that you werent impressed with the nichia 119? Or maybe you heard it wasnt impressive or something? I take it you do in fact like them? I have not seen this new Nichia yet so I'm not asking because I have an opinion or anything. I'm just curious

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    Wait that was the 219 huh, my mistake. And yes I really like that stonewash finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjohnson34 View Post
    Hey Mac Just curious, I thought I had read that you werent impressed with the nichia 119? Or maybe you heard it wasnt impressive or something? I take it you do in fact like them? I have not seen this new Nichia yet so I'm not asking because I have an opinion or anything. I'm just curious
    I don't dislike them I just didn't see what all the hype was about and still do not. It's not a bad LED One good thing is about it is that the 2 I have measure pump out 500 Lumens where the XP-G High CRI was 100 lumens less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmacclel View Post
    I don't dislike them I just didn't see what all the hype was about and still do not. It's not a bad LED One good thing is about it is that the 2 I have measure pump out 500 Lumens where the XP-G High CRI was 100 lumens less.

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    Hey Mac,
    What's the difference between the Nichia 119 and the Nichia 219? I am guessing the tint? I have a couple of Nichia 219 lights and actually like them especially considering they are neutral to borderline cool in tint.

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    didnt mean to hijack by asking an off topic Q, my apologies. Back on topic I think that finish looks great and i especially like the contrast of the clip screws

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    Quote Originally Posted by De-Lux View Post
    Hey Mac,
    What's the difference between the Nichia 119 and the Nichia 219? I am guessing the tint? I have a couple of Nichia 219 lights and actually like them especially considering they are neutral to borderline cool in tint.
    The 119 way a typo
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    Thanks Mac. The light looks amazing.

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    very nice.

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    I really like the stonewashed finish. Like on my knives, I'm sure it's going to hide scratches well.

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    Hi there,

    I'm brand new to CPF and I have no idea how this all works, but I really want to buy this flashlight. How do I do this? I found Mac's lights from some random Google searching and I love them. Sorry if this is the wrong place for this, just really loving that stonewash finish.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarstheRover View Post
    Hi there,

    I'm brand new to CPF and I have no idea how this all works, but I really want to buy this flashlight. How do I do this? I found Mac's lights from some random Google searching and I love them. Sorry if this is the wrong place for this, just really loving that stonewash finish.

    Thanks!
    y don't u take a look around in Macs forums to have a look at all his offerings. After that you can PM him to finish up on the specs
    here is a link to his direct PM

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    Stonewashed is a WINNER!!!!

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    Mac,

    Is this one available?



    Quote Originally Posted by cmacclel View Post
    Should I make this an option?



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    Is it stone washed or bead blasted?

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    It looks like stonewashed to me...but I could be wrong..

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    Very sexy. Point blank!

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    So good looking. I need to save my pennies for this guy.
    My lightsWTB: Surefire: New/Used/Rare. Currently looking for everything Crosshairs + D2. Interesting trades available.Everybody, just send your lights directly to James - he'll end up with them anyhow, lol. -Kestrel

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    I hate the wait for my Mac's but I will most likely have to add this to my collection as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by vkl View Post
    I really like the stonewashed finish. Like on my knives, I'm sure it's going to hide scratches well.
    The same reason I opted for the Stonewash Finish. Otherwise, I might not be able to start EDCing it simply because I don't want to scratch it.
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    Heres a few pics of my stonewashed Ti Tri Cren Glow XPE.

    It is very unique, very rustic looking, the perfect finish for a quality custom light you wont be afraid to EDC! It almost seems kinda like galvanized Ti. LOL!

    See pic below compared to two "traditional type" stonewashed items.





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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliceScannerMan View Post
    Heres a few pics of my stonewashed Ti Tri Cren Glow XPE.

    It is very unique, very rustic looking, the perfect finish for a quality custom light you wont be afraid to EDC! It almost seems kinda like galvanized Ti. LOL!

    See pic below compared to two "traditional type" stonewashed items.





    Looking good!!

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    Heh heh. Thanks Vince.
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    Stonewashed will never go out of fashion!

    Love it.

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