I normally keep my Spotlight in my garage so I can take it with me whenever I need to wander out into the night on unexpected trips. That means if a buddy calls me to go help him fix a broken down car at night or I just want to see how many deer are in my side yard, I know exactly where my Spotlight is.
I’ve taken my Spotlight out in the snow and rain, as well as out on the water when duck hunting. It is nice to be able to see what is in front of you while you are flying over the water in a Jon Boat trying to get to your hunting spot with enough time for the wildlife to forget you were there.
All in all, my Spotlight has served me well and I know it will when the zombie apocalypse starts as well. Guess what is going to go out the moment the apocalypse? That’s right, just about everything that is run on electricity, and I want to make sure that when I am popping the undead, I’m not unloading on my scared neighbors who came over in hopes of being saved.
Delivers up to 520 lumens with 5W ultra-bright LED
Submersible up to 6 feet and floats face up when dropped in water; Easier to spot if it goes overboard
Rugged pistol-grip handle offers a convenient and comfortable grip; Allows easy handling while 50% smaller than the average spotlight
Lithium Ion battery has runtime of up to 10 hours on lower settings; Should be charged at least every 60 days
120 volt AC and 12 volt DC charging adaptors allow you to recharge at home or inside a vehicle
If there are any statisticians alive when the zombie apocalypse ends, they will see some interesting numbers. Things like, competitive shotgun shooters had a higher survival rate than others. Who could have guessed?
I will always remember where I was that morning when Flight 1549 landed in the Hudson. I remember feeling happy that everyone survived, and more selfishly, lucky that I wasn’t aboard.
I travel a lot for work, and while the worst thing I’ve ever had happen on a plane involves another passenger with explosive diarrhea in a seat in front of me, I always get a little knot in my stomach when we are taking off or landing – because I read those are the most dangerous times of any flight. I always wonder if I had survived this if I’d ever got on a plane again?
I hope all the survivors are happy and safe today as the look back on the events of 10 years ago.
It is snowing outside as I write this and I really could have used this Vehicle Snow Shovel today when I was leaving the range. My vehicle is a 4×4, but I got plowed in and it was enough that I almost didn’t make it out without damaging my truck. Guess what I just ordered for both my vehicles? You got it, I’m putting one of these Vehicle Snow Shovels in both our family vehicles.
It is such a simple concept. If you don’t try to go after your goals, you will never get a step closer to them, yet so many people struggle and give up because it is easier than trying and hitting a few bumps.
Those bumps are just how you know you are going in the right direction.