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ThorFire VG10 Tactical Flashlight For Hunting Review

ThorFire VG10

Suppose you and your family are on your very first camping trip. You’ve picked the perfect location — a local state park — where the rangers swear there are not any large, furry things that come through the campsite at night looking for food. You’ve bought everything you need: tents, sleeping bags, cookware to use on the campfire, bug spray and yes, the necessary flashlight.
It’s your first night there. You’ve pitched the tents, cooked hot dogs over the campfire, the kids are finally asleep in their tent and you and your wife are asleep as well.
Suddenly, in the middle of the night, violent shaking awakens you. You open your eyes to see your wife—bug-eyed and terrified—as she informs you there is a bear outside the tent. You remind her the rangers assured them there were no bears in the area. She insists the rangers are wrong because she is positive she heard a bear rifling through their food.
So you inwardly sigh, get up and put your jeans back on and reach for the flashlight. You press the end button to turn it on and nothing happens. You press it again and nothing happens. You know you pressed the right button and you know that you put batteries in it. In fact, it worked when you tested it. But it doesn’t work now. It doesn’t even emit a flicker of light.

Now What Will You Do?

If you had purchased the ThorFire VG10, you would not have had this problem. It’s guaranteed to work. The official name is The ThorFire VG10 Tactical Flashlight Cree XM-L2 LED 4 Modes 0.5 – 847 Lumen Use for Camping, Cycling, Hiking and Hunting.

The ThorFire VG10 is not without its disadvantages.

Cree has made an excellent, EDC flashlight that is suitable for almost anything the user needs. It is obvious that The ThorFire VG10 is a top-of-the-line tactical flashlight and would be the best investment for your money.

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