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Scribe Light

Company: ASP

September 20, 2013

Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) added the new Scribe to its line of everyday carry lights. The Scribe is 4 inches long and weighs 2 ounces, allowing for easy carry. It is built to professional law enforcement standards. The XPG2 LED produces 130 lumens of light as measured against the ANSI FL-1 Standard. It has a continuous runtime of about 90 minutes. It also features a heat management system to control the temperature of the light and prevent it from overheating. The Scribe is available in a matte black hard coat accented with black chrome, gold, or nickel.

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