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"Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more, you should never wish to do less." - Robert E. Lee
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I recently picked up a PT2L and I've been pretty happy with the performance. It fits well in my pocket and hasn't caused me any issues yet. Where did you get yours and do you remember what the price was?
My new EDC light is the Streamlight PT2L.Â Fantastic light, larger and brighter than the PT1L, but only about $5 more (where I purchased mine anyway).I chose the PT2L over the PT1l because I found the PT1L to bee too small to easily manipulate while also using a handgun.
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"Semper Fidelis - Always Faithful. Semper Erectus - Always Hard"
Posted 07 January 2014 - 04:03 AM
I carry a Fenix PD35 with me at work (LEO) and off duty. I switched from the PT2L and don't regret it at all. After about 3 years my PT2L gave out on me and the bulbs got dim. the PD35 does go thru batteries faster than a PT2L however is significantly brighter at max output. I don't even notice a difference in carry size. Definitely worth looking into, I think I paid around $70-$75 for it from LAPolicegear.
Posted 07 January 2014 - 11:01 AM
A Quark 123^2 Turbo has been part of my EDC for a couple years now, with a Quark Mini-123 serving as lightweight head-mounted light when needed. The Turbo is bright as hell in turbo mode and doesn't seem to chew through batteries. I have, however, supplimented it with a Fenix LD10 since it uses a less-expensive battery (single AA vs 2x CR123) and you can cycle through the outputs. I'm thinking of replacing my Turbo with a QP2A-X (2x AA cell Quark) for EDC so that I can swap batteries between both EDC lights and my Garmin. Like my Solarforce L2 (currently on my rifle), the Turbo will then become a dedicated weaponlight. The Streamlight Stylus Pro pen lights ride in my shoulder bag and larger FAK (Blackhawk Medic Roll) due to their small size and reasonable price tag.
Posted 07 January 2014 - 12:35 PM
Oh yeah, forgot to add you can score a Fenix PD35 from Firearmsprostore.com for about $63 plus shipping using discount code "nutnfancy". On the same site with same discount code the Quark QP2A-X (280 lumen 2xAA light) is $55.25, the Fenix LD10 is $45.86, and the Quark Preon 2 is only $34.85
Posted 11 July 2016 - 08:03 PM
Im looking at a Fenix LD11 as an EDC light. Anyone have any experience with this light?
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