Originally Posted by SteveLevin
But don't forget about the value of things like airhorns (the kind powered by a small can) and bright lights (check out ultra-high powered flashlights like the Streamlight) Most times it's all about disorientation and making a racket to send people scurrying away.
If you like Streamlight check out Surefire.
I carry the Surfire E2D LED Defender (200 lumens) on my weak side and the new Surefire Fury (500 Lumens) in my backpack.
I have the Streamlight TLR-2 (135 lumens) mounted on; 2 Springfield XD45s, a Mossberg 590-A1 12 ga, and a S&W M&P AR-15. I have the TLR-2S (has a strobe feature that will make you puke) mounted on a Springfield XDM40.
The TLR2 and TLR2S also have a laser spot for targeting.
The Surefire E2D LED Defender has crenulated bezels front and rear. I take this light through security at the airport frequently, never had an issue.
I would say the only downside to any of these lights is the CR3 battery, they are pricey if you don't shop them. I usually shop online and buy a box of either 50 or 100 which drops the price to from $4.00 to under a buck.
All nice lights, you can't go wrong with either brand
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