GUN Surefire

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  1. Letifo

    Letifo Moderator

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    where's a good place to find good prices on surefire products? Or is their website a good place to buy their stuff?
     
  2. Clusive

    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    I bought my G2 from here. Good service and fast delivery.
     
  3. Platinum_Thunder

    Platinum_Thunder Reliability for life and liberty

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    Check out Gander Mountain. I have bought a couple from them.
     
  4. Letifo

    Letifo Moderator

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    will do.


    what flashlight(s) do you guys have? If i get a chance i'm going to go to a local dealer soon and check them out, but i'm leaning towards the 6P. Some people in the main forum said the G2 feels nice, but i think if i get that i'll be upset I didn't spend the extra $30 and get the nicer aluminum one, the G2 just doesn't look as nice.

    That L2 is really nice, out of my price range though.
     
  5. Bigsnake

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    They have Surefire? I walked around the one in Houston and didn't see any.
     
  6. krott5333

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    my local GM has em
     
  7. Letifo

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    Name Qty Unit Price Total Price
    (SF12-BB) Box of 12 SureFire 123A Lithium batteries 1 21.00 21.00
    (6P-BK) 6P Black Anod 1 59.00 59.00
    (P61) Lamp/Reflector 1 25.00 25.00
     
  8. footratfunkface

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    You should buy Pentagon instead of Surefire.
     
  9. Letifo

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    link? and why?
     
  10. Thunderbear

    Thunderbear Yggdrasil's Forester.

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    I'd put DigiLight up there with SureFire low end lights, too.

    www.digilightusa.com.com

    www.pentagonlight.com

    Edit: Foot, I almost picked up a Pentagon on your recommendation, I just got a better deal on the DigiLight .. and then the DigiLight turned out to be free, so it was a tough choice.

    I will probably pick one up in the future, though, I don't have enough things that run on 123s yet. :o
     
  11. 7

    7 First comes smiles, then lies. Last is gunfire.

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    they keep them in the case with the scopes and what not.
     
  12. Chris51080

    Chris51080 I like pie

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    Picked up an A2 and a C2 on candlepower forums brand new.
     
  13. footratfunkface

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    I carry a SF A2, but for weaponlights and larger handhelds, like 9V lights, go Pentagon. They're the same damned thing, but miles cheaper. Same materials, same finish, shock-isolated bezels, whiter light than SF, etc. Good stuff. Where SF has Pentagon beat is smaller handhelds. SF just has more small ones, smaller ones, and more options. The L2 would be my other recommendation for a general-use light, but it's too long for most pockets.
     

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