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    New PAHC design. Multi process with side polish, edge grind, all polish, side grind, and finally HC

    If you like it refer to it as Edge Cut PAHC when ordering.


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    Very nice, Vinh! You continue to grow more and more artistic, the longer you do this stuff. Just like the HC, no two patterns will ever be the same.

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    Somehow, this one escaped my attention. Vinh, please let me know when this one comes around again, so I can get on board.
    It has been one year since an Arlington police officer defended himself against a loose, charging dog. In this case, someone other than the dogs' owner did Not reap the initial tragic consequences. Usually it is an innocent victim that gets it.

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    PayPal sent! I canít figure out what was going on in my mind that caused this Must Have important light to escape my attention. 18 x W2, thatís a lot!

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    I love this light. Thanks again Vihn.

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    I got mine today. This light is lighter and smaller than the X45vn, almost the same throw, and with just a little less width of illumination area. Compared to the MT07vn W2: larger and heavier, but illuminates a wider area with some more throw, too. These three, plus the MS03vn, make for a fun and exciting high performance quartet.
    It has been one year since an Arlington police officer defended himself against a loose, charging dog. In this case, someone other than the dogs' owner did Not reap the initial tragic consequences. Usually it is an innocent victim that gets it.

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