The shining

Galea, Steve
December 2005
Ontario Out of Doors;Winter2006, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p78
The article presents information on choosing the right kind of flashlight for an outdoor trip. The author in this article went to one of his favorite sporting-goods stores for a suitable flashlight. There were several different flashlights available, some really technologically advance. He also noticed the new Retina Blaster 4000.


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