Gear: Pelican M6 2320

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Pelican M6 2320

Pelican
Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Flashlights
Price: 70.00
Average Rating:
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(16 Votes)
Description:

The M6 2320 uses 2 CR123 lithium cells (included) to power a hi-pressure Xenon lamp for intense brightness. The tough CNC-machined aluminum chassis has a knurled body for a secure grip. Plus, the convenient push button tail cap switch has a safety lockout feature to prevent inadvertent battery depletion or accidental activation. It comes with a free Cordura® holster with back-up battery pouch. The M6 2320 is the ideal tactical flashlight, with its durable design and blinding beam.

Member Reviews

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    Anonymous, Wed, 22 Aug 2007 21:06:25 UTC.
    1st review

    I haven't been in the game long enough to have a lot of experience with different lights. I like this one because it is easy to carry/ use. The xenon lamp is more than sufficient. The only down side is the Lithium batteries don't last long and expensive to replace(about 10$ for 2).

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    Indiglo5997, Wed, 10 Oct 2007 05:10:44 UTC.

    This light is really bright and very small which makes it perfect for a secondary light or a light you use for running or just to carry when you want to have a flash light. I would have to say that the only real downfall is the battery life, which for me has been an average of about 1 to 1 1/2 hours but the fix for this is to buy battery's off the internet in quantity i got a pack of 75 lithium batteries for $53.00 shipped to my door, beats going to the local store and paying $10.00 for 2. All in all VERY BRIGHT LIGHT nice small durable high quality fully CNC machined light. One other feature it has is a rear button which is adjustable in sensitivity to you specific likening. Bottom line really good buy when you search around you can find good deal and SUPER high quality with a brand you can trust, it also comes with a nice belt holder which holds the light and 2 back up battery's in a nice sleek small black nylon package

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    BigBossMan, Fri, 12 Oct 2007 03:31:01 UTC.

    Light is as tough as nails. Been dropped on concrete many times, no damge. Beam is super bright & good for cell searches. Dont care for the turning lock out feature on the butt end but other than that a pretty solid little lamp. (Funny note* On the back of the package when new it states that it is not warranteed against bear attack, shark attack or children under 5 yrs old.) HA !

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    bad_LT, Tue, 23 Oct 2007 11:36:55 UTC.

    Have the M-3 uses THREE lithium cells. Better than the old 5 cell mag light I had. Smaller, lighter, and brighter. All around the best light I could find for the price

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    depfarrell, Thu, 29 Nov 2007 05:14:56 UTC.

    I love this lil light. It's very bright but in a smaller package then many others I have tried.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 29 Nov 2007 15:36:43 UTC.

    Great little flashlight. Easy to carry on your belt,. Really bright beam, and very lightweight

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    ccso8462, Wed, 19 Dec 2007 22:40:38 UTC.

    Excellent light for the price. The spare battery pouch on the holster is a nice touch. The only improvement that could be made is a blink-only switch so you don't accidentally turn it full-on when flashing a room.

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    usk9af, Fri, 04 Jan 2008 21:09:42 UTC.

    It really is a nice light for the price. I just don't like the durability that it brings.

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    bjjohnson, Tue, 22 Jan 2008 20:35:58 UTC.

    Excellent light overall! I like the compactness and brightness. I've found this is not a good light for regular daily patrol useage because of battery lifetime, but it is a great light to have on your duty belt if you're regular light isn't readily accessible. I did, however, have a difficult time finding a leather holder. The nylon holder that came with it broke about the third time I used it (on bike patrol).

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    redskyn23, Thu, 31 Jan 2008 18:33:50 UTC.

    Great light, compact and bright, but battery cost are pretty steep

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    jvink, Mon, 11 Feb 2008 21:50:26 UTC.

    Great light for the price. Very bright and fits on the belt nicely as a secondary. Batteries very pricey and don't care for the twist cap lock out, but very durable.

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    OPD429, Tue, 30 Sep 2008 00:22:40 UTC.

    Great light have never had any trouble with this light.

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    savagehrn, Thu, 09 Oct 2008 08:43:49 UTC.

    Used it for a year working in the prison no problems. Ran over it with a truck and smashed the tailcap area, sent back to Pelican and received a brand new item in box no questions asked within two weeks. Great company support. Now mounted on by bailout bag.

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    TBL13x, Wed, 05 Nov 2008 12:49:40 UTC.

    This is my back up light Love it small, bright and not super expensive either!

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    CrashDog, Sat, 03 Jan 2009 10:29:44 UTC.

    The light works really well, but I still prefer a big stream light

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    FireFighter9603, Wed, 14 Jan 2009 05:40:53 UTC.

    Use it alot. Had it for over a year and never replace the batteries....

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