Flashlight Bag Autographed by PK, retail (NFS)
Manufactured by Special Operations Equipment (www.soegear.com)
Last updated 07-12-11

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This is a custom-made flashlight bag autographed by PK (Paul Kim) of SureFire. Because of the nature of this product, my usual evaluation format will not be used. This will just be a brief informational page with a couple of photographs on it.

This is a heavy nylon zippered bag in kahki (tan) color, with plenty of pockets and adjustable loops inside that allows you to carry a great number of flashlights and batteries with you.

There are 42 loops (14 adjustable, 28 non-adjustable) inside the bag, six zippered pockets inside the bag, one large zippered compartment outside the bag, and two large Velcro (hook-and-loop closure) compartments outside the bag. The adjustable loops are adjustable in size via Velcro fasteners.

The loops can be used to carry flashlights, and the pockets or pouches can be used for carrying batteries or even more flashlights.

A large, sturdy zipper with two zipper heads allows you to close the bag, two handles allow you to carry it, and two D-rings allow you to affix a shoulder strap (not included) to the bag and carry it that way if you desire.

Both sides of the outside of this bag were autographed by PK of SureFire.

Photograph showing the bag unzipped, with three SureFire flashlights (the ones I won in the same raffle) in it.

The autographed Flashlight Bag was won as part of a raffle on Candlepower Forums on 09-07-04, and was received on the afternoon of 09-21-04.

I also received a SureFire L2, a SureFire E2D, and a SureFire E1e (all autographed by PK) with this Flashlight Bag.

My thanks to Sasha and PK from CPF for this bag and the three SureFire flashlights that were included with it.

UPDATE: 07-12-11
I almost lost this bag to a garage sale over the weekend; my stepmother was putting out some of my recently-deceased father's belongings and found this bag in one of his boxes (how it got there I simply do not know!!!) and had it out on the lawn. A woman came by and asked her about it just as I rounded the corner, so I politely said that this bag was set out by accident and was not for sale, then I snatched it up, zipped it, and carried it away.

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