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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:44 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

MOUNTING OPTIONS

I HAVE THREE MOUNTING OPTIONS FOR YOUR WEAPON LIGHT.
All will attach securely to Picatinny rails or Weaver bases

First is an all steel quick detach LEVER mount
Second is an ultra lightweight all aluminum nut mount
Third is an aluminum OFFSET mount on the Daniel Defense style
Your choice

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SWITCH OPTIONS

For the weapon light I have four switch options.

First: A pressure pad switch with straight cord (for rifles)
Second: A pressure pad switch with curly cord (for shotguns)
And for those that don’t like cables on their guns:
Third: A momentary and also click on/off switch
Fourth: A momentary and turn on/ off switch (Surefire system)

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:13 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Can be attached to the scope
with the optional Picatinny rail

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E-mail me at jcharles11784(at)Yahoo(dot)com
for more information,OPTIONS and references
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 5:08 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I offer three different mounts for your weapon light, an all steel, quick detachable LEVER mount, an ultralight Weaver style mount and a Daniel Defense style offset mount.

Why an offset?
It can serve you well if you have only a long top Picatinny rail (where your scope is) the offset will take the flashlight out of the line of sight if you want to mount it on the top rail

Also very practical for those that use a vertical fore grip.

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PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2011 9:33 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

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A revision on the circuit of the 5 level lamp, resulted on an improved run time of 24 hours in the 50 lumens level

[B]THE TACTICAL LIGHT, THE DRIVEWAY PATROL AND THE BEARS

Hi guys,
Been working like a madman for a couple of years, little time to visit or do reviews, besides I am making my own tactical light now, rechargeable and with 350 lumens. I have two lamps for the light, a 1 level 350 lumens to use as a weapon light (I supply the pressure pad switch and the mount) and another lamp with five levels.


In a recent revision of the circuit of the 5 level lamp, the lower setting of 50 lumens was increased in run time to 24 hours!
So the lamp runs 350 lumens for 2 hours 20 minutes, 175 lumens for 4 hours 20 minutes and 50 lumens for 24 hours!
It also has a 350 lumens strobe and a 350 lumens SOS. And all this running on a rechargeable battery.


I have a private, secluded place in the Adirondacks where I fly fish for trout, it is a camping proposition, and in an area noted by a great amount of Bear traffic. It must be the berry patches or another feature of the terrain, but the place seems to be a preferred haunt by black bears. And I camp by myself for two or three days or until my fishing arm falls off.

Over the years I have had to chase several bears out of the campsite in the dark hours of the night. For years I have been using the Driveway Patrol as an alarm system, the PIR infrared of the sensor will detect body heat/movement up to 20/30 feet away, and the alarm chime inside the tent will wake me up.
I usually get up and opening the tent door I shine a powerful light (a Borealis 1,150 lumens) and in a gruff voice I tell the intruder to get out.
It works until now, but I am well aware that one day a cross bear or a mother with cubs can give me trouble or try to make a meal out of me.


So the new addition of the tactical light in the 50 lumens mode, permits me to flood the campsite area with light all night long, and still have battery juice for three more nights.
So when the alarm awakes me, just a look out of the screen door, will let me know beforehand what I am dealing with.

I put the alarm sensor on a ¼ “ pole and on top a piece of wood with a hole for the pole and the light secured on top. Actually I have two sets like that, so I also can see what is going on when I look out the side window.
Here is a picture of the set up.


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Of course I have Bear protection with me and I also take all the necessary precautions to keep an odor free camp, to the extend of cooking my meals and storing my food and clothing with scents, 200 yards away from my sleeping quarters.
If somebody is interested in the tactical, rechargeable light or in the weapon light, just send me an e-mail to
jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com

The Driveway Patrol is available all over the net, the last time I bought it was $19.99 from same place in the net.
If you camp where Bears could be an issue, think about my set up, it could save you some aggravation or worst.
Cheers
Watchmaker




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PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:51 am Reply with quoteBack to top

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2011 12:32 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Can anyone give a review on this setup? I am very interested but would like some feedback?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 30, 2011 7:45 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Xx_Jeffrey_xX wrote:
Can anyone give a review on this setup? I am very interested but would like some feedback?


E-mail me at jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com and I will provide information and reviews from 20 Forums and 45 users.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2011 7:07 am Reply with quoteBack to top

PRESENTING THE NEW
LION BOREALIS 1,150-LUMEN FLASHLIGHT

After 6 years of handcrafting the Borealis Rolls Royce, I have stopped making them in favor of the new LION BOREALIS.

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The new light uses a different and new power source: three newly developed Lithium Ion, fully protected batteries.
The new batteries power the 3 ½ amps of the powerful Borealis bulb, and will produce 47 minutes of runtime.

Three extra batteries (for extra runtime) are available for $69.

The new Lion Borealis is $300 shipped, and includes two chargers and a cigarette lighter (12 volts) cord.

Since it is made with the “host” of the 4C format, it is much lighter than the Borealis Rolls Royce, at 12 ¾” long and 19 oz heavy.

It uses the same bulb and reflector of the famous Borealis Rolls Royce, so beam quality, throw distance and flood spread remain the same.
Extensive tests were done in hot, cold, underwater, and muddy environments, and the new LION (short for Li Ion batteries) is as sturdy and dependable as the old Rolls Royce.

Please e-mail me at jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com for more information. My PayPal is the same as the address above.
Looking forward to being of service.

Watchmaker


Black Bear Flashlights is not affiliated with Mag Instrument, Inc., which owns the famous MAG family of trademarks, including MAG-LITE®, and MINI-MAGLITE®,
trademarks in the distinctive shape, style and overall appearance of its flashlights, and in the circumferential inscriptions around the face caps of all of Mag
Instruments Inc.'s flashlights. Mag Instruments, Inc's trademarks are shown on this website for illustration only. Black Bear Flashlights are not made, licensed,
endorsed, approved or recommended by Mag Instrument, Inc.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 9:32 am Reply with quoteBack to top

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:46 am Reply with quoteBack to top

For complete information and options, e-mail me at
jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com


One year warranty
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For complete information and options, e-mail me at
jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2011 8:13 am Reply with quoteBack to top

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 5:41 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

[B] THIS IS AN UPDATE FOR NOVEMBER 2011

I have a NEW MODEL replacing the matte black hard anodized in the previous pictures.

The new model is also hard anodized type III in matte black

HERE IS A PICTURE OF IT

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:39 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 08, 2011 2:39 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

how bout some specs on that light?
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