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Be Careful With the DBPower 1200A Portable Jump Starter For Your Car or Truck – They WIll Not Hold a Charge Long

In August 2016 I bought a DBPower 400A DJS10 Peak jump starter amd found it handy. At the end of August 2018, I bought two of the bigger 1200A portable jump starters. I was busy and the units sat until some time in November when I tried to charge them. One was dead on arrival and would not charge no matter what method I tried (USB or their supplied charger). I contacted the seller and they were cool about immediately shipping a replacement. I charged it no problem and put both in our cars as a “just in case” measure.4

So, fast forward to February 1, 2019. Michigan was in the grips of an arctic freeze with ambient temperatures ranging from -8 to -12F and windchills under -20F. It was this way for two days. On the first, I went to start my wife’s Camry for the first time in several weeks and the starter could barely turn a few times before the solenoid clicked. The battery read 11.17 volts.

I thought myself lucky that I had the foresight to buy the batteries as I would not have to move my truck around to jump start it or run an extension cord out to use one of my Noco Genius chargers. The DBPower unit had been in the card and it was about +9F at the time. The whole point of these things is to store them in the car, right? It was fully charged when I put it in there.

Guess what? The DBPower read “Lo” voltage on the LED display when I turned it on and tried to charge the battery. It didn’t help the cart start at all. I was pissed. These things were $72.99/each. I felt like I had wasted a ton of money on junk. That is not a good feeling.

So, I decided to run an extension cord from my shop and hooked up my big Noco Genius G2600 charger to the battery and set it to the 30 amp quick charge setting that runs for five minutes.

This time around, the story ends a lot better – the car started right up. My wife used her car to run errands and I let it charge all last night with the normal charging cycle on the Noco.

4/16/19 Now, DBPower did make things right and replace both units and told me I have to change the units every two months to have reliable power. If you open a unit up, you will find out they have Lithium Polymer (LiPo) power cells. These can hold a big charge and discharge quickly but they lose the charge as they sit – typically in about two months.

Bottom line, if you get DBPower jump starters for your car, plan on charging them every two months. Don’t make my mistake of charging them once and thinking they would be good to go all Winter. Now that I’ve had the DBPower and the Noco jump start unit, I’d recommend the Noco.


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NOCO Genius GEN Mini 2 8A Onboard Battery Charger - 2 Bank

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NOCO GB40 Genius Boost HD 1000 Amp 12V Gas/Diesel UltraSafe Lithium Jump Starter

$99.95
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NOCO Genius G26000 Battery Charger *Open Box*

$179.96
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NOCO GB150 Genius Boost Pro UltraSafe 4000 Amp 12V Lithium Battery Jump Starter

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NOCO GB40 Genius Boost HD 1000 Amp 12V Gas/Diesel UltraSafe Lithium (CMP014284)

$89.95
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NOCO Genius G15000 Battery Charger

$159.95
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NOCO GB70 Genius Boost HD 2000 Amp 12V Gas/Diesel UltraSafe Lithium Jump Starter

$199.95
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NOCO Genius G26000 Battery Charger

$199.95
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NOCO Genius G3500 Battery Charger

$59.95
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NOCO Genius GB150 BoostPro Jump Starter - 4000A GB150

$299.95
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Cold Dead Hands Ambidextrous Charging Handle Left Me Cold – Don’t Buy It

Folks, I saw the Cold Dead Hands (CDH) ambidextrous charging handle ad on Facebook and figured for $34.94 delivered I might as well give it a try so I ordered it on 6/22/17.  The first thing I noticed after I placed my order was that it was shipping from China but was hopeful that wasn’t a bad thing.  Well, it arrived today (6/28/17) in a brown cushion mailer and I immediately noticed the bare bones generic packaging it was in and was still hopeful because it looked pretty good.

  

  

Here it is next to my favorite model of charging handle, the BCM Gunfighter Mod 3 Large Latch.

  

It fit just fine in terms of installation and locking in place.

The problem is the unlocking.  It is a tad rough from the left side (the non op side looking down from the top where the normal handle release is) but it works.

From the right side (where the ejection port is), if you pull back slow using the right tab the handle’s catch hook pretty much digs in and locks the handle in place.  If I yanked hard and fast from the right, it would release.  If I went slow, it would not release.  This pretty well defeats the ambidextrous function claim.

There’s nothing odd about the upper – just a normal Palmetto State Armory upper.  In the next photo, I stopped the handle short on purpose to take the photo of the locking area on the upper.

So, the CDH handle was gritty on the left and unpredictable on the right.  Out it went and the BCM Mod 3 went in.   By the way, a Mil-Spec charging handle worked just fine as does the BCM.  I had a Mil-Spec handle in there before trying the CDH unit.

Bottom line, based on my experience, I would recommend against buying the Cold Dead Hands model.  Stick with Mil-Spec or a name brand charging handle.


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Video: Some really good review videos on the Hatsan Gladius

One of my favorite things is to do research.  Before I bought my Hatsan Gladius Long Bullpup in .22, I did a lot of reading and also watching of videos.  Youtube is a goldmine of reviews and insights that one should tap in to.  Here are three videos that helped me learn more about the Gladius and especially get a better look at its features and how loud it was.

The first video is my favorite as the two guys set up the rifle and then go through each power setting and record three shots along with their velocity and calculated foot pounds of energy (FPE) for the pellet they were using.  For some reason they did levels one through five but not six. Regardless, I was pretty much sold by the end of these three videos.

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Hatsan Gladius (.25 Cal) LONG PCP Rifle- Refurb

$598.19
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Hatsan Gladius (.177 Cal) LONG PCP Rifle

$719.65
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Hatsan Gladius LONG - 25 Caliber

$739.90
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Hatsan Gladius (.25 cal) PCP Air Rifle- Refurb

$599.00
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Hatsan Gladius (.25 Cal) PCP Rifle

$718.82
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Hatsan Gladius (.25 Cal) LONG PCP Rifle

$719.65
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Hatsan Gladius (.22 cal) PCP Air Rifle- Refurb

$579.71
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New Hatsan Gladius Long .177 Caliber PCP Air Rifle HG-GLADLONG177

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Hatsan Gladius (.22 Cal) LONG PCP Rifle

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Hatsan Gladius (.177 cal) PCP Air Rifle- Refurb

$579.71
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Hatsan Gladius (.22 Cal) PCP Rifle

$718.82
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Hatsan Gladius (.177 Cal) PCP Rifle

$718.82
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup Stock Design - 0.22 cal

$799.99
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup Long PCP Air Rifle

$1,000.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup Stock Design - 0.22 cal

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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup PCP Air Rifle

$950.00
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Original cartridge for PCP air rifle Hatsan Gladius with regulator and manometer

$379.49
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Hatsan at-44 Gladius custom port

$12.68
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Airgun PCP pressure regulator for Hatsan BT65, Galatian 2, Gladius

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Hatsan Gladius - Galatian - Compatible, MK9 Lancet Lane Regulator, Made In UK.

$93.86
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Hatsan stainless quick coupler Airgun Charging / Filling Adaptor Probe

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Hatsan AT44, BT65, Galatian, Gladius - De-Pinger / De-Twanger.

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Hatsan Gladius PCP pressure regulator

$69.00
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Hatsan Gladius Alum Replace Fill Cylinder New

$174.99
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup Long PCP Air Rifle

$1,000.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup Long PCP Air Rifle

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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup Long PCP Air Rifle

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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup Long .25 cal PCP Air Rifle (Refurb)

$800.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup .22 cal PCP Air Rifle (Refurb)

$760.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup PCP Air Rifle

$950.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup PCP Air Rifle

$950.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup .25 cal PCP Air Rifle (Refurb)

$800.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup PCP Air Rifle

$950.00
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Hatsan Gladius Bullpup .177 cal PCP Air Rifle (Refurb)

$760.00
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Hatsan at-44 Gladius custom port

$12.68
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Hatsan at-44 Gladius custom port

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Hatsan at-44 Gladius custom port

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Hatsan at-44 Gladius custom port

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Hatsan at-44 Gladius custom port

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Hatsan at-44 Gladius custom port

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Air Venturi MK4 by Hill Hand Pump, Up to 4500 PSI

$167.99
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Air Venturi MK4 by Hill Hand Pump, Up to 4500 PSI

$185.88
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Hill MK4 PCP HPA Hand Pump O-ring Reseal Piston Kit

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Hill MK4 PCP HPA Hand Pump O-Ring Rebuild Reseal Service Kit with Micron Filter

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Hill MK4 air rifle PCP hand charging pump(4128-005)

$220.00
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HILLS PUMP MK4 PCP pump (Hunting/Shooting)

$207.28
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HILLS PUMP MK4 PCP pump (Hunting/Shooting)

$247.24
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KIA SPORTAGE MK4 QL 2015- DIFFERENTIAL LOCK DOWN HILL PARKING SWITCH 93600-D9MG0

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Hill Pump Mk4, Up To 4000 Psi

$375.99
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Air Venturi AV/Hill MK4 Hand Pump 4500 psi

$199.00
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Air Venturi MK4 by Hill Hand Pump, Up to 4500 PSI

$221.64
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Air Venturi MK4 by Hill Hand Pump, Up to 4500 PSI

$250.00
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HILLS PUMP MK4 PCP pump (Hunting/Shooting)

$207.28
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Air Venturi MK4 by Hill Hand Pump, Up to 4500 PSI -NEW

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Installing the CNC Warrior Picatinny Rail Scope Mount for the M92 PAP Pistol

Another great accessory for the Yugo M92 or M85 PAP is the slick picatinny rail kit that CNC Warrior sells.  This thing is a breeze to install and is the best means I have seen for adding an optic to the M92. Because the screws are inserted from the rail side, it is superior to other products that require the screws to come in from underneath the dust cover and risk being hit by the bolt carrier.

All you need is the pistol, a drill and some cutting oil to do the installation.

SAFETY STEP – MAKE SURE THE WEAPON IS UNLOADED.  NEVER ASSUME THAT IT IS – VERIFY IT IS UNLOADED BEFORE YOU BEGIN WORK.

1.  This is the top thick hinge of the M85/M92 dust cover.  See the faint circles?  Those are the spot welds and they are very hard!  Do not drill into them!  The new CNC Warrior mount has four holes and you only need to use two of them.  The reason there is four is so you can pick the best two that get you around/away from the spot welds.  Please note that my rail is only silver because it was a brand new design and they hadn’t applied a finish yet.  If you order one, you will get a black rail!

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2.  Here you can see my fancy high tech tools.  My Ryobi drill, Tap Magic cutting oil to lubricate the drills and the taps.  Note, you will need to buy a tap handle if you do not have one.  Do not take the short cut of trying to start the tap with a regular socket or open end wrench.  You really want the tap to be firmly held so you can tap the threads at a right angle to the surface of the hinge.  Also, see that little black cylinder?  That is a drill guide that you put into the hole you select to guide the drill bit to the right place on the hinge.  Be sure to use the cutting oil!

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3.  As an aside, I blasted the mount and then sprayed on flat black Molyresin and baked it.  You’d never know it came to me unfinished.

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By the way, pictured above is a cheap Harbor Freight air brush.  I used to buy a bunch of them at a time and then throw them away when they hard problems.  I now use a Paasche H series air brush and am much happier with it.

4.  After you clean up the chips and are ready to do the final screwing of the mount, be sure to apply Blue Loctite so it does not come loose.

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That’s it!  The mount is solid and it holds my Vortex Sparc red dot just great.  Note our quick takedown pin to make it easy to remove the cover and get the optic out of the way.

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10/27/18 Note:  Vortex discontinued the Sparc red dot.  They sell a great 2 MOA red dot called the Crossfire that I really like.


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A Suprisingly Affordable Flashlight: LiteXpress LXL439001 – Impressive Quality & Cool Rotary Model Selector Switch

I use a lot of flashlights and the problem is that I tend to lose them.  Thus, while I like and appreciate high-end lights, they can be expensive to lose, crush, etc.  As a result, I tend to try and find decent lights at a low price.  In my recent trolling of Amazon I was intrigued by the LiteXpress LXL439001.  You might think I was trolling for lumens but I am way over that – I want something in the 40-100 lumen range with good battery life, is LED, and rugged yet affordable. If I lose it, I don’t want to have an awful sense of loss.

I also prefer AA or CR123A batteries, which I buy in bulk.  You guys may know this already, but shop for CR123A batteries on Amazon plus Walgreen’s Alkaline batteries are great and very affordable.  When it comes to the CR123As, buy brand name and check reviews – all the major light manufacturers warn against the no-name cheap import batteries due to the risk of fire.  I check brands such as Surefire, Energizer and Streamlight for volume deals on Amazon.  The price savings are huge compared to local stores.

At any rate, what attracted me wasn’t lumens or some tacticool styling feature – it was the little rotary switch on the tail end and it stopped me dead.  I loathe the “click and try to get it right” 3-5 mode lights.  Seriously, they drive me crazy.  I want something simple and predictable.  I’m not even a huge fan of low-high-off but can deal with it.  I’m sure you’ve seen the lights where they have all kinds of features – typically low, high, strobe, SOS, etc.  You know what I really want – on and off.  The LiteXpress has an on/off switch and the genius in in moving all the features to the rotary with symbols – I can go straight to whatever mode I want and if I hold the on/off button down, then the intensity can drop down from 122 by 10% increments.

You see, the LiteXpress is designed in Germany but built in China.  There is an attention to design in this light that frankly surprised me so much that I bought it and decided to write about it.  When the Amazon box arrived, I opened it up and found the light secured in a plastic blisterpack shell.  Of course, I had to snap a few photos to share with all of you:

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Features:

  • 122 lumens max but can decrease to 10 lumens
  • Push-button on/off on the barrel
  • Rotary selector switch on the tail end.  The modes are lock, high, flash (strobe or SOS can be selected), and temporary on/off.  Pretty cool.
  • Three color filters that firm slide over the output end of the light
  • LED battery indicator: green = 100%, Yellow=approx 50% and Red=approx 10% remaining
  • It came with 2 Duracell CR123A batteries
  • Aluminum case

I have been using it a few days now and really like it.  It’s higher quality than I expected and you’ll find it hard to beat for $23.  If you are looking for a decent flashlight, you might want to check it out.

Update on 7/1/14: We lost power last night and this flashlight was fantastic.  I used it last night and this morning after the powerful storm went through.  It worked great the whole time and even after at least 45-60 minutes of ontime the batteries are reported as “green” by the power indicator.  We may well not have power tonight either and I will be using this more again if that happens.

I am so very impressed by this flashlight that we are now selling it!  It’s in our online store at:  http://shop.roninsgrips.com/LiteXpress-LXL439001-X-Tactical-101-Flashlight-LiteXPressXtactical101.htm