Lighting the Tactical Way: SureFire Flashlights

When it comes to industrial strength flashlights, no one compares with SureFire.  Compact, rugged, powerful, reliable, and efficient, Surefire flashlights have every desirable characteristic a police officer, emergency personnel, or outdoor professional could ask for. If it’s good enough for people whose lives depend on SureFire’s performance, believe me, it’s good. 

SureFire 6P Original Compact Flashlight

You’ll be surprised how something so small can produce so much light! Imagine 65 lumen eminating out of a 5.20 inch compact flashlight. It’s pretty intense. But, it’s nothing when you use the P61 ultra high-output lamp which will nearly double the brightness to 120 lumen. It’s definitely bright enough to use for self defense and tactical purposes, as well as for daily use. Don’t forget to add these flashlight batteries to your order: Surefire 123A Lithium Batteries.

SureFire G3-BK Nitrolon Xenon Tactical Flashlight

At 6.50 inches, the SureFire G3-BK Nitrolon fits in the palm of your hand. It’s only a little larger than the 6P, but the additional size definitely packs a punch. This tactical flashlight outputs at 105 lumen, making it one of the brightest flashlights available for its size. It’s fun to see just how far this light will shine, but don’t get carried away. As if this wasn’t enough, output nearly doubles when you use the P91 ultra high-output lamp to 200 lumen. Like the 6P Original Compact Flashlight, it’s useful for self defense, tactical purposes, or daily use. You will need these flashlight batteries to operate: Surefire123A Lithium Batteries. Happy shining!

SureFire G2 LED Flashlight

This one is my personal favorites because it is one of the best LED Flash lights available. The SureFire G2 LED Flashlight is capable of producing up to 80 lumen of light using a nearly indestructable LED light. Here’s the beauty. There’s no filament to burn out, so this light will last for thousands of hours. Think about it, you’ll never have to spend money replacing the bulb, and you know you won’t get caught in an emergency without a working flashlight. That is, if you have batteries. Speaking of which, for long lasting use, pair the G2 light with the Surefire 123A Lithium Batteries.

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