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11 hours ago, Trekbike said:

I got in on the initial order and got the M2R Pro Warrior.     Willis got the order processed and shipped very quickly.   I received the light last night and man, I couldn't be more pleased with light.    Superb build quality, features, and performance for an excellent cost.     

I highly recommend the M2R Pro Warrior.   If that model doesn't fit your needs, don't be afraid to order something else, you won't be sorry.         

One of the best things about Carrying the M2R Pro is that  it can also be used as a weapon when you don’t have access to any other, I have every version of the Surefire Defenders and I still like them, but the bezel on the M2R along with the heat and brightness it produces make it so much better than the Surefires

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9 hours ago, willis68 said:

One of the best things about Carrying the M2R Pro is that  it can also be used as a weapon when you don’t have access to any other, 

That's the exact reason I went with that model.     In a situation that isn't elevated to the firearm level quite yet but needs some defensive action, with 1800 lumens it's bright enough to temporarily blind somebody for a few seconds and give you some separation time to make your next move.    Your mileage may vary.   

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1 hour ago, Trekbike said:

That's the exact reason I went with that model.     In a situation that isn't elevated to the firearm level quite yet but needs some defensive action, with 1800 lumens it's bright enough to temporarily blind somebody for a few seconds and give you some separation time to make your next move.    Your mileage may vary.   

Don't forget strobe mode....

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Ive recently become a big fan of the olight offerings.  The little i3 version is my go to pajama light, I used to use a streamlight microstream USB, but the lower low setting was really nice for me.  I EDC either of the two Baton sizes, just depends what I am feeling that day.  That being said I have an M2R Warrior Pro headed my way soon.

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2 hours ago, FrankD said:

Ive recently become a big fan of the olight offerings.  The little i3 version is my go to pajama light, I used to use a streamlight microstream USB, but the lower low setting was really nice for me.  I EDC either of the two Baton sizes, just depends what I am feeling that day.  That being said I have an M2R Warrior Pro headed my way soon.

The M2R Pro Warrior is my EDC it is a great light as well as a defensive tool 

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2 hours ago, BCR#1 said:

Is the M2R Warrior Pro too big for EDC pocket carry?

Bill

I think it depends on the type of pants you normally wear.   Loose fitting cargo/jeans type is doable.   Tighter fitting dress pants would be harder to deal with.   It's on the larger side compared to what most that people would want to pocket carry.    It has a pocket clip but it leaves about an inch outside the top of the pocket if you use it.   I've carried it sometimes in an ankle wrap if you don't want the bulk in your pocket.   It does offer a lot of performance, so if you're willing to deal with the sightly larger side, you'll be happy.

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Is the high setting, ie, 1800 lumens bright enough to blind someone on a bright sunny day from say 20-25 feet away from you?

Bill

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7 hours ago, Defender said:

Well, shoot!  NOW I see this, after I paid more for my single flashlight...

Jump on it cheaper than I get them for they keep us dealers in the dark about these flash sales, to each their own but I’m not crazy about the Flag design on these but folks lose their minds for them, if you want to make some cash buy as many as you can hang onto them and sell them to a collector 

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