How has military flashlight design changed since flashlights took the place of lanterns back in the first World War? Let’s find out.
ASP Light Review by Chris Hernandez: “The XT DF Asp flashlight is a bright, dual fuel, durable, lightweight, awesome light I wish I’d had years ago.”
The Surefire Intellibeam is a *ahem* brilliant light. It’s not a gimmick and it’s worth the money — just not to everyone. Here are our thoughts on it.
So far in Illumination Rumination Week we've covered a weapon light and a fullsize duty light. Today we bring you something First Tactical calls their "Medium Duty Light". Previously our tamed Australian gave you a quick rundown, but it's a full review today. Read...
In continuation of Illumination Rumination Week, Hernandez brings you a review of the 5.11 XBT A6 flashlight, and an anecdote about the downfall of the incandescent bulb. You definitely don't want to miss the end of the story. Mad Duo The 5.11's XBT A6, and Hitting...
There is a range of opinions on the subject of both handheld lights and WMLs. Today we'll walk through lights, lumens, and cognitive dissonance. (Grunts: Cognitive Dissonance) In front of me I have two different...
Low Light Techniques for CCW or off duty carry – more on the WML vs. handheld vs. both (and other matters). It gets dark every day.
Are there different Low Light Techiques for CCW than for duty or professional carry? Should ya go handheld or WLM (Weapon Mounted Light)? We’ll discuss.
There is far more to WML white light employment than just slapping a light on your blaster and going to work. Here are some considerations.