Podcast 56 Fighting Flashlight

By on July 21, 2013

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Why a Flashlight

  • Goes Anywhere
  • Use all the time
  • 50% of our life is in Darkness

Choosing a Flashlight

  • Solid (no Plastic)
  • LED Bulb
  •  About $100
  • Long Enough to stick out of both sides of your hand
  • Small Enough to actually carry everyday
  • Expense of Batteries or Rechargeable
  • 150-200 Lumens
  • Balance Between Brightness and Battery Life 1Hour Run Time
  • Types I use

Use

  • How to Hold
  • Light and Move
  • Use to Blind and Get away
  • Hammer Fist Blow
  • Pain Compliance/Kubaton

Announcements

Stay Safe,

Ben

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  1. Michael
    March 30, 2014

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    Try streamlight, have one of the ProTac models and i truely enjoy their function and performence

    • Ben Branam
      March 30, 2014

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      That light looks pretty incredible. I’ll have to check out that stream light. Thanks.

  2. Eddie
    August 21, 2013

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    I had no idea flashlights had gotten so powerful (bright.)
    I work as a security guard (unarmed) we are not allowed to carry weapons.
    I just bought a 200 lumen flashlight to carry at work. I was impressed with how bright it is.
    I am about Bob’s age (Bob Maine) and I guess I had somehow missed this revolution in flashlight technology. Thanks for cluing me in.

    • Ben Branam
      August 22, 2013

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      Thanks Eddie. There has been quite the evaluation in all this stuff in the last couple years. It’s not easy to keep up.

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