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    Stinger Series Vs. SL Series

    Why does Streamlight have two different lines of rechageable Flashlights? When I viewed the Streamlight web site I noticed the SL 35X was more expensive than the Ultrastinger, and I always thought the Ultrastinger was the ultimate Streamlight rechargable flashlight. The Streamlight website...
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    Surefire Crenelated and Strike Bezels

    Try this link for the 2004 Surefire catalog. Surefire 2004 catalog (PDF file)
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    Surefire Crenelated and Strike Bezels

    [ QUOTE ] CalgaryGuy said: OT, has anyone scan Surefire 2004 catalog and post it somewhere so everyone can see it? I have been trying to hunt down a 2004 catalog but haven't been successful. [/ QUOTE ] Download the PDF version from the Surefire website, that's where I got mine.
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    Surefire Crenelated and Strike Bezels

    [ QUOTE ] Harrkev said: I must be confused, though. I have never been to the UK, but I understand that Crickett is popular there. A crickett bat is far more dangerous than a few blunt points on a flashlight, yet bats are legal. For that matter, if I wanted to strike an enemy, a wooden pencil...
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    Surefire Crenelated and Strike Bezels

    Another Quote from the Surefire Catalog: "Clasping the Defender in a hammer grip, the user can momentarily blind an assailant with the searing bright 60 lumen Xenon lamp, then continue with a smash to the temple or throat." I can see the Daily Mail headlines now: Police to Ban Killer Torches!
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    Got a few more! What ones are you waiting for?

    Re: Got a few more! What ones are you waiting for There are so many excellent lights out there but I tend to buy lights that I use. So for me I'm looking forward to the Surefire U2 and Jim Sexton's Tigerlight upgrade
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    Surefire Crenelated and Strike Bezels

    I just finished browsing the 2004 Surefire Catalog and the new M3 Strike Bezel, the E2e Defender, and the crenelated bezels that look now to be standard on all Millenium series lights concern me a bit. Living here in the UK these lights look like they would be illegal to carry in public since...
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