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Police Force Public Defender 14,000,000 Stun Flashlight

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Police Force Public Defender 14,000,000 Stun Flashlight

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Product description

Police Force Tactical is proud to introduce its “top of the line” stun flashlight. The Public Defender offers many features found in high-end flashlights but includes a stun gun for self-defense. Made of military-grade aluminum alloy it incorporates an XP-G2 Cree LED to produce 281 lumens*. This is one of the brightest flashlights and most powerful stun guns on the market today. It features three flashlight modes and includes a heavy duty belt clip and nylon holster. To ensure that the battery is fully charged when you need it the most, there is a battery status indicator on the side of the unit. It is made of the highest quality components and comes with a lifetime warranty. With the Public Defender Stun Flashlight, police strength protection is now also available to civilians. *This is the actual lumen rating. Many brands exaggerate the number of lumens and claim this level of brightness to be 1000 or more. FEATURES: Super-bright 281 lumen XP-G2 CREE LED with three light modes Micro USB charging Max runtime up to 24 hours Powered by rechargeable 18350 Li-ion battery Power Level Indicator Easy Operation

Police Force Public Defender 14,000,000 Stun Flashlight

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