Brass Peak Collection

magellan

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Yes, they were on the old rmsk website.

Yes, I thought I remembered those. Wish I'd bought a couple now. But I did buy a couple of the old Volcan stainless and HAIII CR2 lights when they were on sale.
 
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This thread needs more pictures. Here are a 2xAA McKinley and an AAA Baltic, both with momentary switch.

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nice!
 

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I wish I had many more Peaks to add to this thread, but I have sold most of the small collection I once had. Now, all that remains, besides the two lights pictured in post #27, is a brass Matterhorn with keychain end and a stainless steel Eiger mule with lug end. I hope others will post pictures of their Peaks; there must be lots more out there.
 

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I've messed around with a bunch of other brands\types of lights, but there is something about Peak lights. They somehow have more personality than most other stuff I've tried. Can anyone tell me if the keychain El Capitan bodies still function with the keyring attachment taken off? Is there a downside to using the light like this??
 

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The El Capitan will work as it normally does when the keychain end is removed. You lose the attachment point but you gain tail-standing and a little shorter length.
 

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Ok, here is a photo of my other Peaks: a brass Matterhorn and a stainless steel Eiger mule. The beads were made by fuzzyedge, who can be found on Usual Suspects Network and on Facebook.

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A few of my Peak parts, showing bodies, heads, and battery holder caps, along with their batteries, and one of my brass Peak lights. The light on the far left is a DQG AAA light.

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Great collections guys!

My very first "real" flashlight was a 1-LED Peak Matterhorn in brass, high power, with a snow white LED. I'm going to guess that was around 2004 or 2005 or so. That light eventually brought me here, to a whole new world of discovery.

Unfortunately I have sold off all my brass Peaks over the years, with only a HP Pacific remaining.

Here are some pics of what I have had (sorry about the Surefire):

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mcbrat

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Great collections guys!

My very first "real" flashlight was a 1-LED Peak Matterhorn in brass, high power, with a snow white LED. I'm going to guess that was around 2004 or 2005 or so. That light eventually brought me here, to a whole new world of discovery.

Unfortunately I have sold off all my brass Peaks over the years, with only a HP Pacific remaining.

Here are some pics of what I have had (sorry about the Surefire):

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Nice!
 

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