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surefire flashlight

SureFire
Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Flashlights
Price: 79.00
Average Rating:
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Description:

G2Z CombatLight® Battery-powered incandescent. Compact (pocket sized), high-intensity incandescent flashlight for tactical use -or conditions requiring enhanced grip. Similar to our Z2 but with a tough polymer body. Max Output: 65/120* lumens *With optional ultra high-output lamp Runtime: 60/20* minutes *With optional ultra high-output lamp Price: $79.00 | More info

Member Reviews

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    Anonymous, Fri, 07 Sep 2007 19:25:45 UTC.
    1st review

    Powerful beam, compact, simple to use and light weight tactical flashlight. it fits on your belt and is ready for any situaiton. I was VERY impressed.

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    CooperLV, Sun, 30 Sep 2007 20:27:51 UTC.

    Have carried this light for the past 4 years and really like it. It is useable in all the flashlight techniques we use and is very adaptable to the two handed “surefire” technique.

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    TheSarge, Sun, 30 Sep 2007 20:40:47 UTC.

    Fantastic light. Although not my primary light (I use an SL20 because it can double as an emergency baton) it is very effective. I also changed out the lamp to the high output lamp. And, man, I am telling you. It's like daytime! On the back side however, you get about half the battery life using the high output lamp. But it's a trade-off I can live with when you work the "shank of the night".

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    BLACKMAN, Fri, 05 Oct 2007 06:21:12 UTC.

    SECOND LIGHT I CARRY, THIS LIGHT I USE FOR BUILDING CLEARING (WEAPON DRAWN) EXCELLENT WEIGHT, BEAM STRENGTH, BATTERY LIFE IS UNREAL (SAME BATTERIES 3 YEARS!!) A MUST HAVE FOR TACTICAL ADVANTAGE AND THE POWER OF THE BEAM IS GREAT AS A DISTRACTION TO BREAK THE "O.O.D.A. LOOP" OF ANY SUSPECT.

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    needham, Sat, 06 Oct 2007 01:12:07 UTC.

    I use the G-2 Nitrilon and if this light is anywhere near the quality of mine it is a great product.

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    AvgUSJoe, Sun, 07 Oct 2007 14:08:19 UTC.

    I've used the Surefire for 6 years. It doesn't weigh much and emits a powerful beam of light. In fact, I liked them so much, I purchased 3 Aviator 2 Surefire flashlights for our fulltime pilots. They, too, are excellent flashlights specially designed for pilots.

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    Meathelmet, Fri, 01 Feb 2008 03:49:54 UTC.

    Love it, maybe the price a little too high. Great product that can take a beating.

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    trashrat, Wed, 06 Feb 2008 18:01:31 UTC.

    If your going to bet your life on a flashlight, make sure its a Surefire. The polymer versions are less exspensive and wear much better. The beam is the best I've ever used and the light is small enough to carry every day.

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    Grizzly22, Sun, 02 Mar 2008 19:52:13 UTC.

    Great light. I put the LED upgrade in it and it's much brighter. My friend told me the batteries have lasted much longer with the LED than the regular bulb. For 30 bucks it was a good move.

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    bishoparc, Wed, 24 Sep 2008 22:42:07 UTC.

    Surefire lights are incredibly bright and very light weight. A great light to keep on you when you're not carrying your Mag.

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    Big_Spence, Thu, 19 Feb 2009 23:55:21 UTC.

    Awesome light to attach to your M4 or AR15. Great to blind the s#!t out of your enemy. Great for swarming room in combat.

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    Bulldog136, Thu, 02 Apr 2009 16:44:32 UTC.

    A durable and bright light. The button switch with the on/off or pressure is good for tactical purposes. Dropped it kicked it, washed it once. Think I've done everything to but take a sledge hammer to it, well I slammed it between an armored door so that pretty much takes the place of the sledge hammer, dented it but didn't effect it.

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    Anonymous, Mon, 13 Jul 2009 20:03:58 UTC.

    I used this product during my training. It did the trick and I really liked it. It is my number one flashlight so far. However, I am curious to see how it matches up to the new "5.11 Flashlight For Life" which fully charges in 90 seconds.

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