Identify the Mystery Object.

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Flashlight attachment?

Edit: Bezel for a flashlight

Yes 🙂
Bezel for torch.
(I thought that after Bo's "photo" it would go quickly, as the "photo" comes from Greek "light".)
You can find it by "Crenulated Flashlight Bezel" or "Tactical Strike Flashlight Bezel".
(If you will check the net by these names, you can find that some of them that are ridiculously (IMO) aggressive. But again: some of them are completely flat).
Let's stick to the function like to shatter glass when needed (car windows, ...).

Here they are complete

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Yes 🙂
Bezel for torch.
(I thought that after Bo's "photo" it would go quickly, as the "photo" comes from Greek "light".)
You can find it by "Crenulated Flashlight Bezel" or "Tactical Strike Flashlight Bezel".
(If you will check the net by these names, you can find that some of them that are ridiculously (IMO) aggressive. But again: some of them are completely flat).
Let's stick to the function like to shatter glass when needed (car windows, ...).

Here they are complete

Your turn.
What make are they?
 

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Bezel for a flashlight
Yes 🙂
Bezel for torch.
(I thought that after Bo's "photo" it would go quickly, as the "photo" comes from Greek "light".)
You can find it by "Crenulated Flashlight Bezel" or "Tactical Strike Flashlight Bezel".
(If you will check the net by these names, you can find that some of them that are ridiculously (IMO) aggressive. But again: some of them are completely flat).
Let's stick to the function like to shatter glass when needed (car windows, ...).

Here they are complete

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Thanks -- took all the clues by everyone who provided them. I have several flashlights that have less aggressive fronts but all are built-in.
 

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Going to start with a little something different, completely out of focus, then I'll progressively add other views until it's identified -- so, what's this? To narrow it down a bit I'll note it's a class of object that I've used before, but is not photography-related. Out of focus because my iPhone can't focus that closely, not some sort of electron microscopy deal. ;)

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The upper left has a spiral look to it
Yes, it does. Here's a closeup in focus. It's an important element of a larger object.

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