Tag: batteries

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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Check Your Lights and Optics, November 2017 Edition

Check Your Lights and Optics, November 2017 Edition

| December 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

November’s “Check Your Lights and Optics” results: Total dead optics found: 0/10 Total dead weapon mounted lights: 0/4 Total dead handheld lights: 0/3 Total dead safe lights: 2/3 Total dead headlamps: 0/3 This month two of our safe / container lights were dead. One of our motion activated safe lights died. I put in two rechargeable […]

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Check Your Lights and Optics, July 2017 Edition

Check Your Lights and Optics, July 2017 Edition

| August 3, 2017 | 1 Comments

July’s “Check Your Lights and Optics” results: Total dead optics found: 1/10 Total dead weapon mounted lights: 0/4 Total dead handheld lights: 0/3 Total dead safe lights: 0/3 Total dead headlamps: 0/2 Well, I jinxed myself. Last month I wrote about how well the RMRs were doing, and I posted an image my trusty RMR RM07 […]

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Check Your Lights and Optics, June 2017 Edition

Check Your Lights and Optics, June 2017 Edition

June’s “Check Your Lights and Optics” results: Total dead optics found: 0/10 Total dead weapon mounted lights: 0/4 Total dead handheld lights: 0/3 Total dead safe lights: 0/3 Total dead headlamps: 0/2 After last month’s high body count, this month was placid and even a bit boring. We have about 15 hours of daylight here in […]

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A Gun Owner’s Introduction to Rechargeable Batteries

A Gun Owner’s Introduction to Rechargeable Batteries

We use a lot of batteries here at the house. We have 27 AA, AAA, CR123/16340, and 18650 batteries in use just with our optics, weapon mounted lights, handheld lights, and lights in our safes. That doesn’t include general purpose lights around the house, nor things like Xbox One controllers, LED light strings, etc. I was […]

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Check Your Lights and Optics: April 2017 Edition

Check Your Lights and Optics: April 2017 Edition

April’s “Check Your Lights and Optics” results: Total dead optics found: 0/11 Total dead weapon mounted lights: 0/4 Total dead handheld lights: 0/3 Total dead safe lights: 0/3 Total dead headlamps: 0/2 No news is good news this month. I transitioned to rechargeable batteries last month, and I’m picking favorites out of the several different 18650 batteries […]

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