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Location: Yakima
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sure fire flash lights

duno which part of the forum this goes but heres a product review

well i just bought a Sure fire fash light from my buddies work. told me bout em a while back... between 60 to 110 bucks for a flash light and the batteries of a 6 pack costed me 16 dollars.. very well worth it...... my model is a led. can turn it on so it shines all te time or i can press a little button on the butt part to turn it on really quick and second i let it off it turns off. took it outside in the back yard, lit up an area bout 50yards out. hell that thing is bright! plus they have different models too. mine has battery life of 12 hours however some has 5hours but they are brighter. website is surefire.com if ya wanna check em out. great for backpacking, hunting, working on little things in the dark, ect... will test out in the field soon

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Location: Fort Worth, TX
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sure fire flash lights

I paid right at $100 dollars for mine. It is expensive but I absolutely love it. Thumbs up from me.....

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Location: Arizona
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sure fire flash lights

I've been using Surefires for five years or so now, and whenever I show somebody what they can do, Surefire makes another sale. There's a lot to be said for a light that fits in the palm of your hand that can light things up 50 yards away or better. When I've been in bear country, it's downright reassuring to sweep the area at night with one. I convinced my hunting partner last year when we had a brown bear come into camp one night.

Another useful aspect is that lithium batteries keep working when it's cold. Anyone that lives in a cold climate has grabbed a flashlight out of the truck, hit the switch, and only received a dim glow in response because the batteries were frozen. That's not the case with Surefires using lithiums.

I just wish they made a headlamp -- that'd be awesome.

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Location: Fort Worth, TX
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sure fire flash lights

I never thought about a head lamp. I would be willing to shell out another $100 dollars for a headlamp!

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Location: Yakima
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Turdmucklydunn wrote:
I never thought about a head lamp. I would be willing to shell out another $100 dollars for a headlamp!

no doubt. you just cant go wrong with a headlamp. enspecially when you got ur hands full and heading to ur hunting spot... or if ur hands are buisy period

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