Let’s just say that I am very impressed with the Atactical A1 flashlight. I have had this flashlight for around a month. During that time it has stayed in a table next to the front door ready to grab and go.
As some of you know I live in a rural area. It is not uncommon for the dogs to start barking at something. When they do, I take the Atactical A1 flashlight and walk around hoping to see what they are barking at.
No Lanyard Or Carry Pouch
The Atactical A1 does not include a lanyard or carry pouch, which is fine with me.
Let’s be honest, most of the factory included lanyards are junk. They are cheaply made and are just about useless.
What I would much rather have is a lanyard hole large enough to run either trotline or 550 cord through. Unfortunately, a lot of flashlight manufacturers put rather small lanyard holes in their flashlights.
The Atactical A1 has lanyard holes large enough to run green trotline string through. The green string has a rating of a little over 300 pounds. Instead of having a useless cheap lanyard, I have a piece of string with a 300 pound rating.
There are some people who carry a flashlight in a pouch, but I am not one of them. If you want a carry pouch, there are plenty of aftermarket options.