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wwdkd

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Hi everyone, I'm looking to get a new EDC light. Currently I carry a 4sevens Quark AAx2 but I find it lacking in throw. For my new light, I'd like it to be compact enough for EDC but have good farther throw. The two lights I'm looking had at are the 4sevens Quark 123x2 turbo and the Eagletac T100C2 MKII. Its a tough decision because both have Pros and cons. Does anyone have any experience with one or both of these lights? What is your preference? Feel free to list any other good lights that meet those criteria. I'm new to flashlights so any help would be great.

Oh yeah, does anyone know where to get a pocket clip for the Eagletac? I head that the clip for the T20C2 will work but I can't find anyplace they are sold. Lack of a pocket clip would be a deal breaker for the Eagletac.
 
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Moving this to LED Flashlight forum.

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Quark Turbo-X would be a great choice :thumbsup:

I thought the Eagletac T20c2 would have come with a clip :eek:oo:
Depending on preferred head size, the XML is a great emitter
 
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Quark Turbo-X would be a great choice :thumbsup:

The Turbo-X's head looks like it may be a little too big. I'm looking for a light to pocket carry, but I'll definitely have to add that to the list of lights to get in the future :D

I thought the Eagletac T20c2 would have come with a clip :eek:oo:

The Eagletac T20c2 does come with a clip. The T100C2 I was looking at doesn't.
 

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