Honestly, no offense. No clue where you're getting your info. from. Genuinely hoping you didn't pay some con-artist pretending to be a self-defense expert. None of those are Kubatons. A Kubaton is a very specific thing. Has literally nothing to do with crenulations, or lanyard attachments. You can't turn any object into a Kubaton just by giving it a lanyard or keyring attachment point. It doesn't work that way.
I hate to disagree with you, but I expect it won't happen very often. The Kubotan was invented by Sōke Takayuki Kubota in the late 1960s and is an enhancement of the hashi stick, a small bamboo weapon, invented by Kubota's father, Denjiro.Kibatan is an action, not a product
Jawara stick is a different creature. Some folks think it's a very obese Kubaton in terms of thickness. That's what it is now. But when originally produced it was a more complicated creature that was once marketed as a less-than-lethal option for law enforcement agencies. Actually a handful of such agencies adopted it. Unfortunately the complex techniques required to use it, and being in absolute close proximity to a suspect is why it soon fell out of favor many decades ago.Kubaton,, also called Jawara.. just go ask Mr Don Keller, or Paul Kim..
Personally, I like to keep my distance from possible tainted blood with who-knows-what these days
Btw, my wife luvs her PL-2 crenellations (-;
Hey, not trying to make you feel bad or flame you.Never mind. Sheesh
just gotta be careful to not gouge up the lens and especially not melt it.
The Tear Drop incan head has a plastic lens?!? Why have I never heard this. I'd be running MN02 exclusively.
I was going to say MN03 are easier to find, but I just checked EO-E2R current draw. MN03 draw 1.08A for 60Lm. EO-E2R draw 0.85A for 150Lm, so it's more than twice as bright as MN03 with better runtime and shouldn't give off as much heat. Tad's A6010 draw 1A for 150Lm at 6V, but it's probably about 4Lm on 2.4V. A6010 is exquisite on 2x IFR, but kind of yellowy dim on 2xAA. Now I really need to try EO-E2A with 2xAA. Maybe it will actually produce 15Lm with better runtime than A6010. I'm really glad you posted.