Whatever happen to Leef products?

mcm308

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Use to see alot of Leef stuff years ago. Pretty nice stuff and I lliked the bodies and knurling style. Havent seen anything since Ive been poking back in the past year or so. What happen?

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archimedes

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Shuttered the business, and sold off the brand, the tooling, and a bunch of new-old-stock, I believe.

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mcm308

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I've seen alot of older brands but never heard of this one

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Custom tubes and such. Real nice stuff. Perhaps one of the first to offer battery tubes to lego a Surefire. I had a 18500x2 setup I think running P91 bulb and it was hot!

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pilo7448

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Hmm.. [emoji848][emoji848].. Does anybody have any pics?.. Ive asked my Lego Guru but he hasn't responded yet.

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Hmm.. [emoji848][emoji848].. Does anybody have any pics?.. Ive asked my Lego Guru but he hasn't responded yet.

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Leef's products were great, but the earlier production runs had tail threads that were too short compared to normal Surefire. The only tail caps that would work on those were Z48/Z49/SW02 types.
 
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