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Magnalight Spotlight M998 Mrap Hummer Iraq Afghanistan Surplus 12v Spotlight on

US $54.99

Mukilteo, Washington, United States

Mukilteo, Washington, United States
Condition:Used Country/Region of Manufacture:Iraq

Military Surplus Genuine.  Larson Electronics 12v Spotlight.  Made in USA.  Plugs into a cigarette lighter or 12v converter.  Barely used and cord has never been unraveled.  Magnetic base to keep it in place.  Handle and adjustable base allows you to position it however you need to.

These lights were used in Iraq and Afghanistan on Hummers, MRAPs and Mine rollers.  Very bright.  Yes, it works.  Mostly Metal and feels very solid!

Lights ships USPS priority flat rate medium.

Thanks for looking.  

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