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  1. #1
    MARK AKINS
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    Question Handlightd/Flashlights

    Brothers & Sisters,
    What type of handlights or flashlights do you use? How do you carry them, belt, sling,etc.
    I am in search of a good,dependable light that will last for more than an hour or so.
    Any help will be appreciated

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    MARK AKINS


  2. #2
    ADSN/WFLD
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    I carry a rechargable DACOR light on a sling, (a seatbelt sewn together with the buckle still attached), I feel that if you use a sling you need some way of getting it off of yourself in an emergency without pulling it over your head.
    I also carry a super Saberlite as a backup

    I've tried cheeper lights but found that they just didn't hold up to the extremes of firefighting.

  3. #3
    colfireman
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    Talking

    Hi there.Each firefighter is outfittted with their own stramlight syclone light.It's mounted either on helmet or clipped to their jacket.as for larger lights Stramlight liteboxes.(no straps just handles)

  4. #4
    FyredUp
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    I carry a Streamlight Survivor XL-90. It hangs on a loop on the front of my coat. It is light lasts over an hour and recharges in about an hour.

  5. #5
    Medic445
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    I carry a Streamlight Survivor clipped to the front of my coat and have a 3"c" cell super saber light in my pocket as a spare.

  6. #6
    Looper
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    Stealth light (4AA) in the pocket of my bunker pants. In the trucks we have survivors, box lights, and a few steamlights.

  7. #7
    Firehose
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    I carry a Super Sabrelite 3 C cell lite. it handles great, easy to turn on/off with gloves and does a great job.

    Good Luck,
    Firehose



  8. #8
    pyroknight
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    Wink

    We carry a LiteBox over our shoulder on any call we bunker up for (interior obviously). We're issued helmet mounted "AA" powered lights that are great for movin' around in the dark. I carry two Super Sabre lights as backup, but then I shoulda been born a truckie. My pockets are full of $h1t. What the hell are you doin' in the dark for over an hour that has to do with FIREFIGHTING anyway? Don't you come up for (spare) air?

  9. #9
    RVFDCapt
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    I carry a SuperSabrelite in my bunker pants and we have Sabrelite Lite Boxes on our engine. We usually don't worry about using light anyway until we get initial knockdown.

  10. #10
    TXFIRE6
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    Streamlight Survivor for 5 years now, and by far the most durable/brightest light for its size ive found. Its like timex..it takes a licking, and keeps on ticking..pluse its good (UL certified) for use in explosive atmospheres. clips easily on bunker coat. and doesn't get in the way, but its always there when u need it...We now have replaced our old hand lights on the engines/trucks with them with the exceptioon of one Streamlight Lightbox on each unit for more lighting when needed.

  11. #11
    Aerial 131
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    Super Saber is the way to go, have yet broke it 5 years, can not seem to lose it string, hook ring tie off and it works under very wet conditions, underwater in basement, fell in.

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  12. #12
    PLFDT1
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    mark,
    i use the streamlight vulcan, good dependable light, about 40,000 cp. i carry it on a sling with a quick release on it. strong spot beam for 3+ hrs.

  13. #13
    RDWFIRE
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    Lite Box on the engine and a super saber light in my turn out pocket. That is my preference. What ever works for you is the "best combination", BUT always carry a back-up.

    Be safe. The dragon lurks!!!

  14. #14
    fighting57th
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    Lightbulb

    i use a mini mag flashlight mounted on my helmet thats about it unless i need awhole lot more light them i go with the streamlight light boxs

    good luck and stay safe yall

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