This is a discussion on Considering light.. within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have an original 6Z that has been around the world and given great service. Just wish it had the new lockout tailcap - I ...
I have an original 6Z that has been around the world and given great service. Just wish it had the new lockout tailcap - I need to order one of those.
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I have a G2 and an E1L Outdoorsman. The G2 is rated at 65 lumens and the E1L is rated at 25 lumens. I find them to be of equal brightness due to the E1Ls LED bulb emits a white light. I'll definetly stick to the LEDs from now on. On a recent camping trip we were in the middle of a lake and I was using my 25 lumen E1L and my friend was using his Mag light. I think it was the 1 that used 5 DD batteries. It was late at night and we were using them to illuminate infront and to the side of the boat. I could seen the beam from my Surefire better than the Maglight on the shoreline over 100 yards away. I plan on getting either an A4 Aviator or an L4 LumaMax.
Power went out at work today, and guess what I had to do my business in the dark. I definitely need a light and one that I can attach to my belt. Thanks friends I am shopping.
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I have a Surefire X200B for my USPc. Great weapon light.
I have a non-led 6Z with an anti-shock bezel and a 120 lumen head for my REM 870 mounted light.
The BEST place to buy SureFire lights and a whole bunch of other stuff WAY cheaper than almost anywhere else is :
e-mail the owner for his best price on the item you want and you will be surprised.
Service is great.
I am thinking seriously of getting a Night-Ops Gladius.....
I really like my G2. It feels indestructable, but I haven't accidentally "tested" that yet. As far as the lithium batteries go, the 12 pack of Surefire batteries for $25.00 is roughly the same price as buying 4 or 5 anywhere else.
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I find that buying direct from Surefire is often the best way to go. There aren't really any places that discount Surefires too much.
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e-mail Grant for the discount price on whatever you need.
Everything there is the same price as the Surefire website, best deals I have found for Surefire products is on Ebay....Originally Posted by hassiman
Also check out http://www.americanheritagesports.com . Joe's a really good guy to do business with and my primary source for Benchmade knives. He recently started stocking the Surefire line as well. Most of his items are "Price on Request" so just shoot him an e-mail and he'll get back to you - usually the same day.
As I said...
Look at the prices on the G&R Tactical website and THEN e-mail the owner Grant for the discount price!!!!!
You just email him and say "I want a discount"? Do I just have to ask for a lower price or is there some special reason anyone would get a discount? I.E. being a LEO, Military, member of this forum?
No special requirments.. Just e-mail Grant and ask him what his best price would be.
I love my Surefire Z2......overall the most impressive flashlight I've used.
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FWIW, Botach.com has the Gladius on sale (I guess) for $199 and you get 20 CR123 batts free with the light. That's at a $25 value free.