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Nitecore P12 Warranty and Repair Experience

Nitecore P12 Warranty and Repair Experience

| December 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

I had a good experience getting my faulty Nitecore P12 replaced, but where you bought it from may influence your experience. Keep your receipt, even if it’s just an email from Amazon. We use Nitecore P12 1000 lumen flashlights as weapon mounted lights on our rifles. The concussion from the faster shooting and volume of […]

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Force on Force Personal Training Equipment

Force on Force Personal Training Equipment

| March 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

When I did my first force on force training I carried a G19, a G26, and a box cutter. All of my formal, adult self defense training at the time was with firearms. I knew very little, and as such my options — and FoF gear — were limited. In the last six years, I’ve […]

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Nitecore Tube USB Rechargeable Flashlight Review

Nitecore Tube USB Rechargeable Flashlight Review

| March 31, 2016 | 0 Comments

About five months ago I purchased the Nitecore Tube rechargeable USB flashlight. I bought it based on the recommendation of some readers. A big THANK YOU to those of you who buy products on Amazon through us ; we were able to buy this thanks to the money we earned through referrals. Overview The Nitecore […]

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Check Your Lights and Optics: September 2015 Edition

Check Your Lights and Optics: September 2015 Edition

| October 1, 2015 | 5 Comments

September’s “Check Your Lights and Optics” results: Total dead optics found: 0/11 Total dead weapon mounted lights: 0/4 Total dead handheld lights found: 0/5 Total dead safe lights found: 0/3 Two big changes this month: I changed out the lights on our AR15s from the capable but weaker NEBO lights to the 1000 lumen NiteCore P12 (2015 edition). […]

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Nitecore MT1C LED Flashlight Review

Nitecore MT1C LED Flashlight Review

After attending my first low-light fight focused training class years ago, one thing became very clear: a flashlight is an important safety tool. After attending several low-light fight focused training classes, I learned two additional lessons: Have more than one light. Lights that seem too powerful indoors seem too weak outdoors. My main EDC flashlight is an Olight […]

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