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Best LightI have tried many lights over the past 20 years, and this light tops the all. The highly polished reflector is key to the long-throw beam and the high current batteries. Around 2.3 amps as I recall. Upon examination, this light reeks of quality. I has an excellent housing and precision work is noticed throughout the light. You might want to try one of these if you need a long throw spotlight. I like it a lot and it's a 'keeper'.
Exactly As DescribedAs those of your readers who enjoy bird watching and bird feeding know, those feeders are also popular with squirrels, skunks, possums, and, most importantly, raccoons. All of those are at my feeders here in central Michigan. The raccoons are the problem; they don't just eat the birdseed but tear the feeders to shreds. I wanted this light to spotlight the raccoons prior to dispatching them with my .22 rifle. This light does that. It projects a true spot beam with no central dark spot covering an arc of about 1-2 degrees. Around that may be seen a halo, also with an absolutely sharp edge extending out about 20 degrees. It totally immobilizes the raccoons. I like the size as it provides a comfortable grip radius which is helpful in aiming the narrow beam. It would remind you of the old D-cell lights you used as a boyscout. As an aside I would like to point out that not only are the new LEDs important in the flashlight evolution but also the now readily available 18650 rechargeable LiIon batteries are a major step forward. I've seen the transition from carbon-zinc through alkaline and now lithium ion batteries as an example of the stepwise progress in technology.