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Old 12-15-2010, 05:54 AM   #1
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Default Good Low Priced Carry Flashlight

The Streamlight Stylus Pro flashlight is a fantastic carry flashlight.

It's only about $25.00 retail, takes two AAA batteries which last 7.5 hours or longer.

The light comes with a nylon holster with a belt loop and a pocket clip.

The darn thing is really bright. It's thin and about 4.5 inches long. No specialized batteries that last for one hour and it's plenty bright enough to temp blind someone and lights up a good area very bright.

For the money, it's the best flashlight going. Because it's so small and with the belt carrier, it goes with me everwhere and I use it every day.
It great for a tatical shooting light also.
I have a couple of the expensive Tac lights, but they stay in the car or by the bed on the nightstand now.

Check one out, you will be really surprised. They are not as bright as the
$100. Tac lights, but plenty bright enough to get the job done.
I don't know how I got along without it. The Tac lights are just too big for everyday carry, this one carries so you don't even know it's there.
It has a monentary as well as on switch also.

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Old 12-15-2010, 06:43 AM   #2
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Surefire G2 with the 120 lumen LED cap. 9hrs runtime.

I like it enough, but theres no replacement for incandescent light.
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Coleman max. 110 lumens, uses AAA batteries, full aluminum body sealed with an O ring and you can pick one up at wal mart for around $25.
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