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Wavien, Inc. Demonstrates a One Million Candle Power LED Flashlight at InfoComm

Wavien, Inc. Demonstrates a One Million Candle Power LED Flashlight at InfoComm
This flashlight far surpasses the brightness of currently available LED

SeaChange Purchases Assets of ITV Software Specialist
SeaChange International, Inc. (SEAC), a leading global multi-screen video software innovator, announced today that it has purchased all assets and intellectual property, including source code, from

Bushnell HD Torch – Now Even
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Streamlight®, Inc., a provider of high-performance flashlights, introduced a lithium ion rechargeable version of its Waypoint® spotlight. The new handheld, pistol-grip searchlight, featuring C4® LED technology, is designed to provide extremely bright …

Go Green LED Bulbs Provides Long Lasting, Durable LED
Chicago, IL, Jun 21, 2012 ( via COMTEX) — Go Green LED Bulbs, based in Round Lake Beach, IL, now provides a line of high-quality LED

USAF Drone Control Virus Overblown | Defense Tech
I asked Kevin Coleman, DT’s resident cyber security expert to weigh-in on the keystroke-recording virus that has infected the UAV ground control stations at

Suspicious flashlight deemed non-explosive, Marana road reopened
Local authorities found a yellow flashlight, similar to the ones that federal agencies have been investigating incidents of bombs inside yellow

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4/8/2012 9:25:33 AM “Tapco” and “GTG” should really never be used in the same sentence. If it were me I would never use a plactic or polymer anything in regards to an optics mount. I’ve used the aluminum versions of what you’re talking about and they worked great, and didn’t mar the anozizing. TheBigStink 4/8/2012 9:27:49 AM I wouldn’t trust plastic for a scope mount, I think you would have zeroing and repeatability issues and if it breaks you could lose your optic. I bought the gun in the subject line and in order to put a Beryl folder on it I have to add one more US part. I bought a tapco AK-47 Accessories74 brake and when I unscrewed the one on the gun it looked like TGI had taken the original threads and installed a huge bushing then screwed on their own 74 brake to the bushing. Am I okay to take the bushing off legaly? How do I remove it? Will the threads under the bushing match the tapco break? Will the detent that keeps the brake from unscrewing line up correctly on the tapco break. Thanks 1MRBEAN