Shadow JM26 - extended (actually UltraFire XL-7003) :- )

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Sirius9
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Shadow JM26 - extended (actually UltraFire XL-7003) :- )

 

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nice looking light! Beer

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Freakin A man!  That's an MT-G2 budget host right there!  64mm head according to DX specs.  Only $29.20 at DX! Swwwweeeeeeet!

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I like the look of that…..a lot……nice find.

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Looks good.  I wish it had anodized tail cap threads like a Shadow would though.

The low mode should be lower.

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nice, looks like theres quite a few mt g2 hosts available now, just gotta find out the best one haha