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FN Striker-6

FN Striker-6

A heavy-duty flashlight for heavy-duty work, the Striker-6 is a powerful six-volt xenon light that generates 150 peak lumens, and it's machined out of solid aircraft-grade aluminum and steel bar stock. Borosilicate lenses won't deform under heat and have superior transparency and scratch resistance, and the hardened steel impact ring has four horns for breaking glass in case of emergency. Steel belt clip and lanyard bore. $260. www.fnhusa.com, 703-288-1292

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