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Thread: Can DC1 use CR123 primaries in an emergency?

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    Default Can DC1 use CR123 primaries in an emergency?

    Question for the Okluma experts here -- thinking about picking up a DC1, but was wondering if it's possible to run the light on a CR123 primary at the lower levels (such as ML and L)? Always like to have a backup source of juice "just in case" (emergency, power outage, etc.).

    Thanks in advance!

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    Flashaholic
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    Default Re: Can DC1 use CR123 primaries in an emergency?

    Yes, runs fine on less than fire-setting levels. Might get a little battery rattle depending on cell.

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    Default Re: Can DC1 use CR123 primaries in an emergency?

    On lower levels, a CR123 will.

    You can use an 18350 battery sleeve to house the CR123 or roll a dollar bill to keep snug fit.

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