Bulkware Collections

Steve L

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Bulkware Collections **Updated 6-6-09**

Hi Guys,:wave:

A friend of mine asked me to send him some pictures of my Mr Bulk Collection, so I figured I would also post them here. I hope you like them. Feel Free to post yours too!!!:)


From Left to Right: 2 inch Brass Bulkhead, 18500 Brass Battery tube, 18650 Brass Battery tube, Brass Cub, Ti Cub, Brass Cub, RPM'd Aluminum Slim Chameleon with a Ti McGizmo Clip, Stainless Steel DragonHeart (18500), and a Ti Dragon (18650). All the other lights use one RCR123.

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2 inch head, Brass Control module on an 18650 battery tube. I added a RCR123 for a size comparison.
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2 inch head, Brass Control module on an 18650 battery tube.
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2 inch head, Brass Control module on an 18650 battery tube (I forgot to mention this Brass Control Module was upgraded to a TFFC K2 UWOE:devil:)
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Regular Brass Head and Control Module on an 18650 Battery Tube (I like it)
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Laid-Back Ti Cub :)
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A picture showing a bezel comparison of an unmodded Brass Cub vs a Ti Cub modded to let out more light(and it really does).
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A older shot (Sadly:mecry: I only have the end 2 lights left - Ti Cub and Ti Dragon)
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Bottoms Up!
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Trit Picture From L to R: Ti Dragon, XR19-PD, Ti PD-S (How did those two get in here:naughty:), Slim Chameleon, and Stainless Steel DragonHeart
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Me holding a BrassCub
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I hope you enjoyed the show:party:.

Cheers,
Steve
 
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bf1

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Sweet :twothumbs:twothumbs:twothumbs
 

Steve L

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Re: My Bulkware Collection

Thank for the kind words aikiman44, coloradogps, and Barry. Lets see some of your pictures guys:thumbsup:.

Cheers,
Steve
 

Steve L

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Re: My Bulkware Collection

Hi George and shuter,:wave:

Thanks for the nice comments my friends:thumbsup:.

Best Wishes,
Steve
 

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Wow... It is nice to see such an awesome collection. Thanks for posting the pictures! :thumbsup:
 

Steve L

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Wow... It is nice to see such an awesome collection. Thanks for posting the pictures! :thumbsup:
Hi Derek,:wave:

Thank You My Friend, I think it came out Great:bow::bow::bow:!!!

2 inch head, Brass Control module on an 18650 battery tube (I forgot to mention this Brass Control Module was upgraded to a TFFC K2 UWOE:devil:)
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Cheers,
Steve
 
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Steve L

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Nice collection sir. :thumbsup:

Who is Mr. Bulk? And are any of these lights still available? :thinking:
Hi PetaBread,:wave:

Mr Bulk (Charlie) is a Custom builder in Hawaii. He is not currently selling any new lights, but I'm hoping for more in the future. You can sometimes find them on Custom BST right here on CPF. Thank you my friend!!!

Cheers,
Steve
 
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:wave:
Awsome collection!


I love Bulk Lights,sadly i dont own any at the moment.


But thats gonna change.


Of the ones i miss the most is my Brass Cub and Bare Al Cub & the Dam Cham.


Benny​
 

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Nice collection you have there. Its good to see that your light arrived safely and you are happy with it. Did you shine it up at all? It looks a bit shinier than I remember it, could be the lighting. :twothumbs
 

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Hey Steve..!!

Awesome pictures..!
I feel now that I should have asked you sooner.....:)

The brass ones should look awesome after some pocketwear....
Nice and shiny on the edges and dark in the nooks....

thanks for sharing..!
 

Steve L

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Thanks Everyone!!!:twothumbs Here's a few pictures of my former Lionhearts:mecry::

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Cheers,
Steve
 

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Hi PetaBread,:wave:

Mr Bulk (Charlie) is a Custom builder in Hawaii. He is not currently selling any new lights, but I'm hoping for more in the future. You can sometimes find them on Custom BST right here on CPF. Thank you my friend!!!

Cheers,
Steve


:wave: Steve - I'll add a bit more on Charlie if I may.

Charlie is in the process of moving from Hawaii to the lower 48 to be closer to his ailing mother. I believe he is also retiring from the PD. Lots on his plate right now. He built lights on a limited basis. Usually taking preorders for some or all of a production run. Some of the runs were limited versions of Ti, Stainless and even a Damascus run. If at some point he decides to produce more lights I would expect he would look to new designs. I hope he does so some day.

You can find a Bulkware reference chart recently assembled in Arewethereyetdad's thread Here: http://flashlight-forums.com/index.php?topic=6940.0 Charlie's site is pretty much inactive at this point but lots of Bulkware history is there to peruse and like here some very nice helpful flashaholics.
 

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How durable are those buttons? Are they replaceable?

Steve - hope you don't mind me answering this question for greenlight.

:wave: Hi greenlight. I have only been collecting bulkware for a few months but I spent many hours on his forum reading about the products. The buttons appear to be very durable. The colored rubber caps are easily replaceable and come in a half dozen colors. There was someone who recently had an issue. I can't remember what it was but Charlie had him send the light back to him for repair. He fixed it and upgraded the emitter while he had the light.
 

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