One of the latest flashlights from SureFire LLC is the rechargeable Surefire Stiletto. It deviates from the usual tubular format, with a slim pocket light outline designed to be carried comfortably in a pocket all day, It is reviewed here by MilitaryMorons.com.
We discuss light and lumens a lot here, partially because we’re gay for flashlights, but mostly because it’s a damned important topic.
Today in Language Lessons we cover the topic of lumens. We’ve all heard the word, but what exactly does it mean, and how does it affect light selection?
Today we’re talking Fenix, a budget[ish] brand. Specifically the Fenix UC35, which is an intuitive and user-friendly flashlight that pumps out a lot of power.
SureFire announced the new and updated Titan lights at the 2015 Shot Show – a great improvement from a design perspective, but also a great buy.
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...
It’s been said that me and Slim have a serious addiction problem. On top of all the expensive scotch, fine cigars and dubious dancing moms at Nancy’s Squat N’ Gobble (the best damn strip club / breakfast joint in the country) we are also addicted to buying...
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.
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.