LA Police Gear Operator Mini EDC Flashlight

posted on August 26, 2015

It seems like in order to get a high-output flashlight, you need to drop a significant amount of money. Certainly, it costs money to make quality products, but that doesn't necessarily mean that inexpensive items aren't worth investigation.

The LA Police Gear Operator Mini EDC Flashlight offers 330 lumens on high, 170 lumens on medium and 55 lumens on the lowest setting. The Mini EDC is waterproof up to 2 meters and comes with a tailcap switch for instant-on or momentary-on activation.

Running on a single CR123 battery, runtime varies from 50 minutes on the high setting up to 10 hours on low. A lanyard and a pocket clip keep the Mini EDC close at hand.

MSRP: $29.99.


SCCY DVG-1RD pistol facing right
SCCY DVG-1RD pistol facing right

Review: SCCY DVG-1RD Pistol

SCCY Industries looks to continue its remarkable sales pace with the introduction of the DVG-1 and DVG-1RD pistols.

First Look: Sightron S6 1-6x24 mm Riflescope

Sightron's new S6 1-6x24 mm scope offers versions with first- and second-focal-plane options.

Bond Arms Roughneck Marking Compliance Recall

Bond Arms is issuing a recall for certain Roughneck firearms for marking compliance issues.

Product Review: SilencerCo SCO15 Stripped Upper Receiver

SilencerCo recently released its SCO15 stripped upper receiver for the AR-15 rifle.

Review: Korth Mongoose Revolver

The Korth marque may be alien to most American firearm enthusiasts, but the German company’s revolvers are among the finest firearms on the planet.

First Look: Volquartsen ENV Pistol

Volquartsen Firearms is expanding its line of 22 LR pistols with the new ENV pistol.


Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.