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Mrs 3T went shopping today and before she left asked me if I would like anything so naturally I said go by Palmetto State Armory ( gun shop) in Columbia SC.
So she picked me up a Surefire 6PX Tactical light that I had been looking at previously.
320 lumens and that's super bright for a little package.
So I volunteered to wash and wax her Wrangler 4x4 as reciprocation. :D

Here's a pic.

 

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Surefire C2 Centurion

I own two of these...one for my nightstand, and one for my Jeep.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Max Output: 65/120 lumens
With optional ultra-high output lamp
Runtime: 60/20 minutes
With optional ultra-high output lamp
Length: 5.10 Inches
Weight: 5.30 Ounces
Battery: Two 123A Lithium



FEATURES
Rugged aerospace-grade aluminum body, available with Type II anodizing in glossy black or Mil-Spec Type III hard anodizing in olive drab
O-ring sealed, weatherproof
Tempered Pyrex® window
Pocket clip
Tailcap switch: press for momentary-on, twist for constant-on
Switch lockout prevents accidental activation during transport or storage


The C2 Centurion is a compact (palm size) high-intensity incandescent flashlight for duty and tactical use or conditions requiring enhanced grip, similar to their Z2 but with pocket clip and slightly heavier body. Patented rubber grip ring allows the light to be operated with a handgun using the Rogers/SureFire technique. Puts out a smooth, brilliant, pre-focused tactical-level beam with four times the light of a big two D-cell flashlight - bright enough to temporarily blind and disorient a person by impairing his night-adapted vision. Light output may be nearly doubled with optional P61 lamp.
 

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Nice, and 2 is always better than one !;)

They are some good small flashlights.
I was able to get one of the Executive Defender models before they were discontinued.
It also makes a good defensive weapon.
 

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Yea, the C2 and then the C3 Centurion incandescent models were discontinued by Surefire,

as well as the C2 LED Centurion...which my wife owns...but you gotta love this from the website:

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Advances in technology inevitably result in some SureFire products being discontinued.

However, we will still honor the No-Hassle Warranty that covers your particular SureFire product.

Parts and accessories for your SureFire product may still be available even if marked DISCONTINUED or if not shown on the website, and can be ordered until inventory is depleted.

Please call for availability: 1-800-828-8809


http://www.surefire.com/discontinued-products


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Yea, the C2 and then the C3 Centurion incandescent models were discontinued by Surefire,

as well as the C2 LED Centurion...which my wife owns...but you gotta love this from the website:

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Advances in technology inevitably result in some SureFire products being discontinued.

However, we will still honor the No-Hassle Warranty that covers your particular SureFire product.

Parts and accessories for your SureFire product may still be available even if marked DISCONTINUED or if not shown on the website, and can be ordered until inventory is depleted.

Please call for availability: 1-800-828-8809


http://www.surefire.com/discontinued-products


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Hahaha, funny you should mention the C2.
I ask Mrs 3T what light she had in her BOB and this is what she brought out. :D

 
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