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If you are in need of a flashlight

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Here is a link to a review of a good, bargain priced one (Brinkmann Maxfire LX) you may have overlooked that is worth your attention.

http://www.tacticalgearreview.com/E2evsMaxfire.html

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Thx Monty - wow - what a great price!!!

I have my lil' E1e and so do not need another really (tho have flashlights all over the place one way and another - sorta compulsive buy items!).

I think leaving aside the size/bulk factor, that is one very good value flashlight.
 

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I have the Maxfire from Walmart and it IS a super good light. I read a review on all tac lights in one of the gun magazines and the Maxfire was third in brightness in lumens from a list of maybe 30 different hi priced brands! I also found a 2 pack of Panasonic CR123A batteries (Maxfire and most other tac lights) at Big Lots for $3.99 1/2 to 1/4 the price of other places !!!
 

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$3.99 is still a bit pricey, tho better than many!! IIRC I bought two boxes of 12 thru Surefire at $15.00 per box ... some shipping of course but they came with something else anyways. So $1.25 per cell (plus a tad for shipping) - say #1.40 each tops.

With supposed 10 yr shelf life - seems worth getting them in bulk.
 

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My previuos msg. may have looked like 3.99 for each ??
The $3.99 for the 2 pack was for 2 batteries so they were 2.00 each. Your bulk purchase ,ie 12/15.00 IS a real good deal !!
 

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