Gear: STREAMLIGHT NIGHT COM FLASHLIGHT

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STREAMLIGHT NIGHT COM FLASHLIGHT

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Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Flashlights
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Description:

Combines 72 lumens of white Xenon light with 2 power levels of red or green LEDs for map reading or low-light tasks. Rotary Switch lets you change between Safe Off; High Power white Xenon; Hi LED; and Lo LED. 5.5 knurled corrosion-resistant aircraft alum,SPECS: Powered by two 3-volt CR123A lithium batteries (incl) Battery shelf life 10 years 4.8 volt high pressure Xenon bulb Two extra bright LEDs One indicator-type LED Tailcap switch for power on/off

Member Reviews

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    Cetansapa, Mon, 30 Apr 2007 04:52:48 UTC.
    1st review

    It is a nice little bright light, I use mine for camping and hunting more than I do for work, the Stinger seems to get used more, in more than one way... I used to use Maglite products, but I did the switch over about six years or so ago to Streamlight, they seem to be better.

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    lawdog86, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 21:18:39 UTC.

    Not the brightest flashlight in the world, however I like how easily it is to hold in the weak hand when shooting at night. I used it for night fire when qualifying at the academy and shot a 98.

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    Anonymous, Sun, 04 May 2008 19:39:41 UTC.

    I love it cause it small gives allot of light and I got mine from ex- he in the military so yeah ...

    That how I got one ..............

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    Anonymous, Wed, 25 Jun 2008 07:28:32 UTC.

    This is a very powerful flasdhlight for it's size. Nice and compact, easily retrievable, and the push button at the end is a nice touch. The only drawback would be the batteries don't last very long, as it must draw energy even in the off mode. The dual red/white color (above it says red/green) is a nice touch. You would want to use these for a big area you want to view, but a small more focused circumferance. Worth the price.

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    noeman5, Thu, 11 Sep 2008 06:33:09 UTC.

    I don't carry this particular light, but I do carry a Streamlight NF-2 on my duty belt. It has come in handy more times than I can count looking for evidence in the dark corners of the casino floor, or outside in the parking lots. It has a brilliant beam that is great for temporarily blinding an attacker and is stout enough to use as a "come along". I can't fault the equipment in any way.

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    Anonymous, Mon, 29 Jun 2009 22:03:31 UTC.

    Don't carry on duty but great for around the house when your in a pinch and need a light to work on something close quarters...

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