US Made Flashlights . . .

ABTOMAT

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I had one of those. I remember Norristown. That was almost 40 years ago. It was a 2AA incan.
Streamlight's first 2AA was a Mini-Mag knockoff called the Mini-Mitelite, and then after some legal drama with their other lights it was redesigned into the Streamlight Jr. That should have been around 1986 or thereabouts. They were in Norristown from '77 until 2001 or or so.
 
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Monocrom

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This reminds me of Eagletac when they first arrived on CPF.

Some companies think they can claim "Made in USA" if their headquarters are located in America.... or if they pretend an American employee's residence is their headquarters. Yeah, doesn't work that way.
 

aznsx

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They claim it is, so where is the factory?
This is the only statement I see, and it's under 'About'. I'm not seeing the location of assembly / manufacture. Where's that?

"Designed in the USA. Assembled with globally sourced components."
 

scottk2112

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I just received my new Elzetta Bravo and a Malkoff M61 HOT. I'm in love. The heft, fit and finish are just amazing. These feel bulletproof but I won't be using them for target practice. I love the high low tailcap on the Elzetta. I can't wait to take the Malkoff thrower on a night walk. Amazing lights.
 
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