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Old 12-27-2012, 06:26 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by SteveLevin View Post

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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Old 12-27-2012, 07:13 PM   #58
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I'm closing this thread because two warnings to stay on topic have been ignored and it has now migrated back to the details of specific arsenals, and suggestions to flaunt or ignore laws/regulations.


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