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Giveaway: Manker Striker Printless Titanium

Skylumen

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Have not done a giveaway in a long time. Let's bring it back and start with a Striker Printless Ti. I think this is one of the most underrated tactical light. Legitimate rear tactile forward switch. Beam and performance are both excellent with the SFT40 6500K. Some are intimidated by the aggressive bezel but it hides itself well. The tactical UI is very simple and honestly its all I mostly need for general use. Comes in a fancy hard plastic box too! Oh and its printless! Just clean lines without any brandings to clutter up the elegant Ti. Cons? Hmmm..May be the relatively flimsy slip on clip which I won't use anyways. One of these days I will have one polished up and decked out with 6 ice blue trits for the tail cap. Is SBT90.2 DL worth the upgrade? I don't know…The SFT40 is so good and it even has slightly better throw but is down a whooping 3000Lumen. Still, I am happy with SFT40 in this light. Ti are the worst to handle heat so I would save the SBT90.2 for the black aluminum version. Anyhow, a lucky winner will so enjoy this light! Its one of those I have to save one for myself. If you win Spec A is free and you can pay to upgrade to Spec V if so inclined. Free shipping worldwide. I will participate too! If win you guys buy me a light! Hahah

Spec A Stock SFT40 6500K @2s 1650L, 83Kcd, 576m
Spec V StrikerVN SBT90.2 5700K + DriverVN4 @2s 4600L, 76Kcd, 551m

Factory Tactical UI:
From OFF: 1/2 press = Momentary Turbo, 1/2 press again = Low, Full click to lock mode
From OFF: Full click = Constant Turbo
From OFF: Double quick 1/2 press = Strobe

To Enter Giveaway: Post a picture of something and tell us about it. Then pick a number from 1-5454.

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3_gun

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My deer hunting gear from awhile back. S&W 629, Garmin eTrex GPS & Cold Steel Master Hunter.

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This is my dog. She's a mini Goldendoodle. This is also her chair. If I tell her "take a seat," she'll hop right into her chair and make herself comfortable. She sits in it to watch the kids play and will watch TV in it too.

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My number: 4242
 

cdaddy

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My ski kite, wish I was brave enough to use it.
 

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Beachside cottage, Sayulita, Mexico, located 35 miles north of Puerto Vallarta on the Pacific ocean. Sayulita is a small, off-the-beaten-path surfing and fishing village of about 4,000 souls. Families from the USA, Canada, and Europe come to play here in a relaxed setting. The food is fresh and locally sourced. The fish (and fishing) are both outstanding. Check out the excellent SayulitaLife website to see if the town might be something you would be interested in. (And no, I don't own one of the properties available for rent.)

My number is 945.
 

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Jader

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Got this for graduation. High sentimental value.
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I'll go with number 3000 please
 

todd.burdick

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American Blade Works Titanium Model 1. This is made by one American he works with his wife to offer this and other models. I got mine in Magnacut steel.
My number is 275.
Thanks Vinh
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Olumin

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"...that famous Texas part of Hamburg"
Since we're posting knives; Spanish made Bowie knife by Muela. 6" blade, full tang, stag. Now discontinued but I always found it to be a very aesthetically pleasing one, aswell as very comfortable in the hand. Quite weighty for its size.
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Henk4U2

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Last agility run of my onforgettable Standard Schnauzer Freyja, at that time 14 years and 9 months old. With a track record of national competitions, but now competing in a senior senior league because of severe health issues. I was forced to let her go a few months later. I sure hope when the time comes she will be waiting for me.

My number of choice is 999.
 

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