I think it's time for your own custom title. What would you like it to be? A word or two or three. Maybe four short ones. It will show up under your name on the desktop version of the website. Maybe something light related to indicate that you're the light guy
Hmmm...How about "The Flashlight Fanatic"? lol.
They lovingly refer to me as "Flashlight Pornmeister D", on another forum lol. One guy said I brought flashlight porn to the forums, so the name kind of stuck :P
All I know is, EDC items are easy to photograph. They don't move. People, on the other hand, are a lot more complicated.
Hobbies: general gooberniss.. Favorite Movies: Anything Quentin Tarantino. Favorite Liquor: Hard Cider Jack Daniels Favorite EDC Gear Companies: SureFire Luminox Wilson Combat Zero Tolerance Benchmade
Post by david57strat on Aug 24, 2016 20:20:09 GMT -8
Here is the latest picture of my Solarforce family, which include the addition of two new L2D hosts, which are loaded with Mountain Electronics XM-L2 U3 3D 5-mode drop-ins. The third (original) L2D has an International Outdoors XP-L U5 7A3 3-mode drop-in (One of the warmest P60 lights that I own).
One change to one of the existing lights was done to the L2P (pictured in the middle/foreground. That light remains one of my main EDCs. I replaced the standard body with a 18650-bored Surefire 6P body, that I picked up on Oveready.
This is to be a three-stage process, with the ultimate goal resulting in a light with a Cryos cooling bezel, housing a far more powerful quad Nichia drop-in (rather than the Sportac triple Nichia currently installed), and a higher amperage tail switch, to support the heavier amperage load.
At the end of this process, the light will no longer be a Solarforce, at all - which means, I need to purchase another Solarforce, to keep the number at twenty (I hate odd numbers. That's as good an excuse as any, right?).