FourSevens Bolt-Action Flashlight

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A three-way collaboration between Fellhoelter, Tuff-Writer, and FOURSEVENS, the Bolt-Action Light's interface is true to its namesake, making use of a sliding bolt mechanism to navigate its UI. Powered by a CR2 battery and a CREE XM-L2 LED, the light features three main modes to a maximum of 490 lumens (Low / High / Strobe) and three special modes to a minimum of 1 lumen (S.O.S. / Beacon / Moonlight). The sliding bolt interface is popular in pen products designed for EDC, and this offering by FOURSEVENS is the first of its kind. If you're tired of the same old clicky or twist interfaces in modern production lights, the Bolt-Action should not only give that extra bit of variety and tactile operation, but also give you a modern light with plenty of useful modes and output. It's undoubtedly the most unique light in FOURSEVENS' stable to date.

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Thought this was a bold action pen by 4sevens when i first scrolled across it, but now i think i know what my next light from them will be.
I don't get the bolt action. Didn't get it in the pens and I don't get it for the light.

Is is just a novelty? Is there some function that improves this design over a twisty or a clicky (in a light) or a clicky/cap in a pen?
I have one of these, and it's a nice alternative to what we're used to. Actually I find it very easy to activate, and one thing about this light is that it remembers the last used mode, which is super useful. "Give it a shot" is my best advice, you may find that you really like the bolt.
Another flashlight review! Mikey's on it...
Mikey needs $100 to buy one! Haha

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