Elzetta has developed a High Output Head that can beef up your tactical flashlight beam to throw a scorching 600 to 900 lumens.
What is the best tactical light technique to use for a defensive gun use if you practice concealed carry? That depends on the situation. Here are 4 techniques to know and practice.
Thanks to everyone who entered to win a copy of "Own the Night." Blog readers were quick to identify several errors in last week's "what's wrong with this picture" question.
Last week, we looked at ways that using a flashlight can get you hurt, and considered one example from "Own the Night" by Scott Wagner. Find out what Wagner says about the technique in the photo, and enter for a chance to win a free copy of the book!
There are several ways to effectively use a flashlight for personal protection and home defense. There are also ways to use a light that can get you shot.
Illuminate, Identify, Incapacitate. This is the defensive triad of any good tactical lighting system. With today’s more powerful and flexible lights, we can use the light system to disorient and stun the opponent.
Safety alert: Use of substandard lithium batteries in flashlights can lead to fire, explosion or burn hazards.
5.11's revolutionary flashlight re-charges in 90 seconds, operates without batteries and lasts virtually forever.
If you want to shoot light as well as buckshot with your defensive shotgun, check out the new Tri-Mounting system from Laserlyte