CISNO New 1000LM LED Tactical Flashlight Torch Pressure Switch W/1” Offset Mount For Hunting Hiking


Flashlight torch: 1000 lumens output
Power by: 1×18650 battery(not included)
Flashlight Diameter: 13.2 x 2.9 x 2.5 cm

Offset mount: Material: Aluminum Alloy
Suitable for 25mm Flashlight
Flashlight Mount can also be installed on standard weaver rail
Fully adjustable with nuts & screws included
Complete solution for Mounting Flashlight & Laser Sight
Shock Absorption ability
Ring Diameter: 25mm
Rail Type: 20mm Weaver Standard Rail

Pac

$ 17.51

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  1. David Lujan says:
    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great, using with BRC 18650 5000mAh UltraFire batteries, September 30, 2015
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    Can’t beat the price. Works great, using with BRC 18650 5000mAh UltraFire batteries. Only draw back are the batteries, I bought a 12 pack because they are so cheap but don’t have any other uses for them. I will have to purchase some more lights that use these batteries. The mount is great quality, again keep in mind the price. This is outstanding for the price. I only wish they were available in flat black.

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  2. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best bang for buck youll find!, December 9, 2016
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    Drey

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    So far this has been a great flashlight it’s very bright plenty of light to light up any hallway or room or temporarily blind someone and the construction seems durable enough to take some light abuse. Haven’t shot the shotgun with the light attached yet but will update how it holds up when I do. I love that it uses the 18650 batteries they are cheap, powerful and last a long time. The one negative thing I can think of is the on/off switch attached to the wire is a little bigger/thicker than expected and doesn’t come with anything to help attach it to the gun so I decided it’s much cleaner without it overall I’m very happy with the purchase.

    Update! 1/12/17
    I decided to give this flashlight a durability test by shooting by 12 gauge without taking it off. I shot about 60 rounds of 2-3/4 target, 25 rounds of 2-3/4″ buckshot, 5 2-3/4″ slugs and 5 3″ magnum slugs (freaking awesome). When i got home i noticed my light wont turn on it had a new battery I used a couple time for like 3 seconds so that was disappointing until I realized this battery was damaged from the recoil and wasnt letting any power out. After i replaced the battery the flashlight worked perfectly again I’m very impressed a cheap light held up even when my pica-tinny rail was getting dented and the battery broke this is one awesome light!

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  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Most powerful compact flashlight I’ve used, December 8, 2015
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    Zach

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    Even as a flashlight alone, this is a great value. This is easily the most powerful compact flashlight that I’ve ever used. Gives a very bright, powerful beam. On my AR, I can easily see 50+ yards out. At 100 yards, you can make out shapes and movements with some detail.

    If you’re planning on using in a building for combat simulation or home protection, this thing will brightly light up an entire room or hallway.

    Another plus is the capability to accept rechargeable li-ion batteries. Better than paying $1-2 a piece for C-123A’s that only last for a few hours of runtime.

    The only downside is that the pressure switch is half useless. The connection on mine isn’t good so the light voltage fluctuates. I didn’t plan on using the pressure switch anyway so I just put the standard cap on the light.

    I can’t speak to the long-term durability yet, but if I have any issues, I’ll update the review.

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