Gear: Surefire G2 LED

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Surefire G2 LED

SUREFIRE
Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Flashlights
Price: Average prize 65,00 $
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Description:

Compact high-intensity LED flashlight for tactical, general use

Member Reviews

  • 180670_aut_max30
    Killer9mm, Sat, 23 Aug 2008 19:17:53 UTC.
    1st review

    Puts out a smooth, brilliant beam with four times the light of a larger two-D-cell flashlight—bright enough to temporarily blind and disorient a person by impairing his night-adapted vision. And it continues producing useful light levels for an impressive 12 hours on a single set of batteries.
    Lightweight, corrosion-proof Nitrolon® body features molded-in grid for a secure grip in the wettest conditions. Small size, high output, and extended runtime make it perfect for self-defense, emergency/disaster-preparedness kits, or everyday carry.

    SPECIFICATIONS:
    Max Output: 80 Lumens
    Runtime: 12 Hours
    Length: 5.14 inches
    Weight: 4.10 ounces
    Battery: Two 123A lithiums

    i use it every day on duty.....Perfect.

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  • Big_max30
    Swede41, Tue, 14 Oct 2008 21:24:21 UTC.

    Solid light. I mounted it on the rail of my patrol rifle. Small, yet versatile. Provides as much lighting as other duty lights, in a smaller package. Requires 2 123 cells.

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  • Avatar_max30
    Twidget, Sat, 25 Oct 2008 14:06:00 UTC.

    I bought one to carry on duty and was also issued one by the Navy a little later. This is a powerful little light and is also nice and lightweight. The grip is effective even when your palms are sweaty and the lockout switch can be set to prevent accidental activation. You have the option of "momentary on" light by holding the switch down just a bit, or "full on" if you click it once. The switch is rear mounted.

    The only drawback to this light really is the batteries. It takes two CR123s, which are pricey. One can find some good deals on the internet but even then the batteries cost a pretty penny. I would recommend not getting any batteries rated less than 1550mah. If SureFire could turn this into a rechargeable unit that would be great. A "two stage" function would be nice as well. Two brightness settings would save power when you only need a little bit of light. Like for checking pupils or searching a vehicle.

    I also got the V24 speed holster which makes accessing the light quick and easy. I highly recommend anyone that gets this light to purchase that holster as well.

    Look around for good prices. I actually got mine brand new for less than fifty bucks on ebay.

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  • E_2011_max30
    OFCR3627, Fri, 20 Mar 2009 17:41:17 UTC.

    I was a bit taken aback when this first came out then after putting the money up I was so happy I purchased the BULB upgrade for my G2Z & moved all my other SUREFIRES to backups.

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  • Flag_max30
    PIXELSHADOW, Thu, 02 Apr 2009 15:23:40 UTC.

    Small size, high output, and extended runtime make it perfect for self-defense, camping and backpacking, emergency/disaster-preparedness kits, or everyday carry... rechargeable kit not available - that's about the only negative for me, but rechargeable batteries work well in there!

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    RDRABIT, Sun, 23 Aug 2009 19:51:03 UTC.

    Love this flashlight, the way I see it with these is, "two is one, one is none" I carry two on duty and one off. I replaced the head with a Q5 LED and works and lasts alot longer.

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  • Dillards_max30
    richard_trejo81, Tue, 25 Aug 2009 03:23:50 UTC.

    Does anyone know where to get a replacement bulb set? Mine went out one night on patrol and i cant find anywhere to get one. I am here in texas if someone could help out.

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  • Devils_max30
    sidewinder2100, Sat, 19 Jun 2010 17:40:44 UTC.

    Awesome light! It'll make it look like daylight outside. Only thing I don't like is the holster; it sometimes hits my vest when walking and turns on and off.

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