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letschat7

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Too bad they are used. I told the vendor not to leave the batteries in it but he didn't care about alkaleaks.
 

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IMA SOL MAN

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Looked like from the scratches behind the head of the ML that someone had used pliers to hold it while turning the tail cap off. I wonder what the inside looks like now. Probably an alkaleak mess.
 

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Looked like from the scratches behind the head of the ML that someone had used pliers to hold it while turning the tail cap off. I wonder what the inside looks like now. Probably an alkaleak mess.
Or it looks like a patrol light that's rolled across a parking lot. Or was used to bust out a car window.
You know, a real working light.

I've got several that look like that and none had a wrench taken to them. Just nightly use on patrol.
 
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