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    FS: Photon Torpedoes

    They seem to be scarce on the ground right now, but I have some Photon Torpedoes available for immediate shipment. Got some for myself and a handful of extras.

    For those of you not familiar, these delrin lights are made by Gulftex (http://www.cnsales.net/photontorpedopage.htm ) and have a dual O-ring design, one more than the scout and its derivatives.

    I think the on/off actuation feels nicer than most other lights of this design. The body is a bit wider than the scout.

    The price for these lights is $ 85 shipped and insured to most locations (batteries and bolt-snap not included).
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