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This is a discussion on EDC light within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by stevem174 I have a 4sevens Quark 123-2 tactical light that I am very happy with. It's small, tough and reliable. It has ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem174 View Post
    I have a 4sevens Quark 123-2 tactical light that I am very happy with. It's small, tough and reliable. It has several different modes, different brightness settings or patterns. You can pre-program two settings, one with the head tight and another with the head loose. I like it much better than my Surefire.
    I've got the same light and I love it. It also has a 10 year warranty.


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    I have a EagleTac P20C2 and a Fenix PD20, both lights have been great.

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    The new 5.11 lights are in stock now. This one is only $30.00 -
    ATAC PLx Flashlight | Tactical Pen Flashlight

    The ATAC™ PLx Tactical Pen Light is an extremely versatile and light weight product.
    Do not be fooled by the sleek (2) AAA design, this is a full function tactical product made from aerospace grade aluminum, includes a tactical Momentary-On switch and throws a brilliant 69 ANSI FL1 Lumens of light in a smooth beam pattern while providing over 3 hours of runtime.
    Compatible with the 53144 - ATAC™ Belt Clip/ Holster Accessory
    tested To ANSI FL1 Standard

    Features:

    Aerospace Grade Aluminum
    (2) AAA Duracell® Batteries Included
    Regulated Circuit for Maximum Output
    Cree® XP-C LED
    Gold Plated Contacts
    High Mode w. Momentary-On Switch
    Stamped Metal Pocket Clip
    Water Resistant Construction

    Product Specifications:

    Length: 5.0” (128.2mm)
    Max. Diameter: 0.7” (17.1mm)
    Body Diameter: 0.7” (17.1mm)
    Product Weight: 1.3oz (37g)
    Weight w. Batteries: 2.2oz (61g)
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    Thanks for all of your advise guys. I ended up getting a streamlight stylus pro... I love the size and its 2AAA so I know i can always find batts in a pinch anywhere. I got it yesterday and used it at twork the same day cant believe it took this ling to carry and edc light
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    ^ Once you start, you'll never again be without.

    Many of "us" - speaking both as a flashlight enthusiast as well as a civilian concealed-carry - like to have two lights: one set up solely as a defensive or otherwise higher-power tool, and the other as a true "normal use" tool that's lower in output and can thus also double as a long-run light for a more protracted emergency.

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