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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone View Post
    Its a great light, very defined beam with minimal spill. Compared it to the X300u and at 325 Lumens its brighter than the surefire at 500 lumens. Its hard to describe but the beam is very direct and intense... I think runtime is around 45-60 minutes IIRC. Just ordered another 300 body and a E1HT for my sons rifle. Ha! Now UW will have to upgrade...
    I'd love to upgrade them all, but I probably have like 40+ weapon lights and ... yeah... no for me.

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    I was just outside messing with my new E2 HT. I'll definitely be buying another of these plus an E1 to replace my old 1 cell Malkoff head.

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    Just received my E1HT head from Malkoff yesterday, and also the host body, mount & a tail switch from Arisaka. Seriously impressed with the amount of throw I get from this thing, especially powered by just one CR123A. Noticeably less spill than Gene's regular heads (as expected), but still sufficient for indoor room clearing use with plenty of reach for outdoor PID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UWone77 View Post
    I'd love to upgrade them all, but I probably have like 40+ weapon lights and ... yeah... no for me.
    Fair enough, but you have to get at least one! Its a great light...
    The best way to survive a violent encounter is to be the one inflicting the most violence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone View Post
    Fair enough, but you have to get at least one! Its a great light...
    Dude it wasn't long ago I was telling some new guy on the dept that when I started, SF 60 lumen lights were the shit. We were all using the old Streamlight SL20's and Maglites, all incandescent bulbs, and somehow made it work ok. Light technology has come so far in the last couple of decades. I still have a couple of SF Incandescents floating around somewhere.

    300 lumens still seems so bright to me!

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    See that tells me I need to upgrade. I'm still using a 10 year old Surefire Miniscout that I can't even remember the lumens on. Like 160 I think.
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    The best way to survive a violent encounter is to be the one inflicting the most violence.

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    How do the Malkoff heads hold up to muzzle blast? I was able to keep mine back but the one I just put on my kids rifle is gonna take some abuse...
    The best way to survive a violent encounter is to be the one inflicting the most violence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone View Post
    How do the Malkoff heads hold up to muzzle blast? I was able to keep mine back but the one I just put on my kids rifle is gonna take some abuse...
    So far not bad, I haven't seen any more issues with the Malkoff with taking blast than an SF head. The CMT ZCOMP pictured above however, throws very little concussion to the sides though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone View Post
    How do the Malkoff heads hold up to muzzle blast? I was able to keep mine back but the one I just put on my kids rifle is gonna take some abuse...
    I have one of the E1 Malkoff heads that's been mounted about level with the end of an A2 flash hider. The anodizing has a little discoloration from muzzle blast and the lens has one slight foggy area from the same. Neither seems to have affected function in any way.



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    Will was kind enough to let me try out the new E2HT head on a 600 series body. First 600 body I've gotten to play with too.


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