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Anyone have the Olight pistol light?

I've been searching for a super bright and effective flashlight for my bedside protection. I have had streamlights before, but looking for something a little different.
I happened to stumble across Olight brand light, which I haven't heard of before. I'm looking at the Valkyrie PL2 and was curious if anyone had used this?

It looks pretty sleek and has decent ratings from what I can tell.
I would love to get some non-bias info on it before purchasing since I need to buy online. I can't find any local guys that carry that brand.

TIA

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That looks like a light to mount on a pistol.
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(NT) Or, you can drop it, and break the perp's foot.
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Good work, Rob.

It gets a 404 but without the stupid CBS dog. Happy

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I'm thinking that shining a flashlight directly

at an intruder isn't a great idea. It immediately gives away one's position and allows one to become an easy target if the intruder is armed. An outdoor light that's properly operated by a motion detector might be a better idea. You'd need to adjust the sensitivity to make certain that nocturnal animals wouldn't trigger it.

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