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Frag Out! Magazine #31

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via the magnetic pad on the rear cap. There is also a positive lock to ensure that connection won't be broken when the cable is snagged. To avoid snag- ging the cable, the two-zip ties are in- cluded in the box. You can use them to secure the wire to the handguard. The Odin rail attachment system is pretty original one. There is a perma- nently attached "semi-rail" on the body called rotate-to-slide which we expect soon to appear in other Olight flash- lights in the future as it is pretty simple and universal. The MIL-STD-1913/Pi- catinny rail mount requires just sliding on to the semi-rail and it locks in the desired position. Just turn the lock for release. The mount can be used as a stan- dard side mount or as an offset mount for lower profile - you can decide on which side of the mount you attach the light as there is a slot on the top and on the side. The offset setup definite- ly decreases the risks of snagging or smashing door frames, etc. The Odin might be released from the mount which is still attached to the gun and the light can be used as a handheld. It works, but it is not as com- fortable as the popular handheld flash- lights due the semi-rail causing slight discomfort.

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