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A San Diego Union Tribune newspaper article recently hypothesized that some of the “accidental” police shootings that have occurred could be linked to pistol mounted flashlights. The implied connection is that in the heat of a confrontational situation that it could be possible that police Read More…

Jaxman E2 flashlight review

A representative from Jaxman contacted me through my YouTube channel and asked, “Would you like to review one of our flashlights?” Since I enjoy doing flashlight reviews, I said “Sure.” A few days later a Jaxman E2 flashlight arrived in my mailbox. First impressions were Read More…

ThorFire TK4A

The ThorFire TK4A flashlight has five brightness settings and uses four AA batteries. Operation is with a push button just behind the bezel. Push the on/off button to cycle through the brightness settings. To turn the flashlight off, hold the on/off button down. The flashlight has an LED in the Read More…

Bug out location flashlights

It is just a flashlight, so what is the big deal? The big deal is, walk into a remote cabin that does not have electricity. At nighttime, a flashlight is the first thing you will reach for. The beam of light is reassuring that everything will be ok. With trusty light in hand you proceed[.....]

Flashlights

While reviewing the Thrunite Archer 2A flashlight, I kept asking myself, “Why is Thrunite trying to squeeze 500 lumens out of two AA batteries?” With the Thrunite Archer 2A, it steps down from 500 lumens to 75 lumens. That is a pretty big jump. What niche does the flashlight try to fill? Read More…