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  • FIND YOUR TACTICAL LIGHT, HERE

    FIND YOUR TACTICAL LIGHT HERE

    AND HELP OUT TO FILL MISSING INFORMATION, LIKE LUMENS OUTPUT


    In the few years that I have been playing with tactical lights, I have accumulated a few, some I don’t even remember run time and lumens output claimed.

    It is not going to be any beam shots here, for that I have a thread titled “Lights for law enforcement” that contain plenty of comparative beam shots.

    There are four pictures, I will include a commentary and name most of them, some will be no named, for you to tell me what they are and some just because I don’t remember.

    The numbering goes from left to right.

    GROUP ONE IS OF THE TWO BATTERY SYSTEM LIGHTS

    Number one: I have a few of them, they come with remote cord for mounting in rifles or with tactical switch, can you name it and give lumens information?
    Number two: heavy rubber covering, please name it and give more information
    Number 3: it is a Surefire G-2 with P-60 lamp, 65 lumens, one hour run time
    Number 4: It is a Surefire Aviator (A-2) with 50 lumens in the Luxeon lamp
    Number 5: It is a Surefire with shock absorbing bezel, which one?
    Number 6: It is a camo Centurion II Surefire, which model denomination?
    Number 7: It is a Surefire Centurion II in Hard anodized, P-61 lamp, 120 lumens
    Number 8: Surefire L-4 Digital Lumamax 65 lumens
    Number:9 This is a McGizmo PR T head on a E2o body, TWOJ bin, 120 lumens
    Number 10 What is this light? it uses a P-61 lamp, 120 lumens
    Number 11 Pelican M-6 what is the lumens output?
    Number 12 Tac Star T-6 can’t remember lumens output
    Number 13 ASP Taclite can’t remember lumens output claimed
    Number 14 Streamlight TL-2 I think they claim 114 lumens
    Number 15 Streamlight Night Fighter II, it is covered with Velcro
    Number 16 Tell me which Surefire is this, notice the clip, 65 lumens
    Number 17 Scorpion, how many lumens are claimed?
    Number 18 Inova T-5 The “T” is for tactical, but the lumens are low.
    Number 19 This is a 3 watt Luxeon, second click strobes the light, which one?
    Number 20 Streamlight Luxeon III with two levels, top is 75 lumens.




    GROUP NUMBER TWO, 3 CELLS LIGHTS

    Number 1 Surefire Centurion III, P-90 lamp, 105 lumens (Which holder?)
    Number 2 Surefire 9 P, with P-91 lamp, 200 lumens
    Number 3 Streamlight TL-3, 200 lumens claimed, with Suarez-ring
    Number 4 Anybody knows what is this (P-91 lamp, 200 lumens)




    GROUP THREE. 4 CELLS

    OPPS, FORGET SOME OF THE 2 BATTERIES LIGHTS, HERE THEY ARE

    Number 1 It is a Brinkmann two 123’s click tail cap, which model?
    Number 2 What is this?
    Number 3 Surefire E2e 60 lumens
    Number 4 Surefire E2D
    Number 5 Cabela’s four 123, 240 lumens, which model?
    Number 6 Bear Cub, rechargeable 220 lumens for 90 minutes
    Number 7 Ultra Stinger 295 lumens claimed.





    HEAVY ARTILLERY

    Number 1 Surefire M-4 350 lumens for 20 minutes (four 123’s)
    Number 2 Surefire M-6 500 lumens for 20 minutes (six 123’s)
    Number 3 POLAR BEAR, 426 lumens for 75 minutes, rechargeable
    Number 4 Black Bear 720 lumens rechargeable, 40 minutes run time.
    Number 5 BOREALIS 1050 lumens, rechargeable, 50 minutes run.





    Guys, have fun
    Respectfully
    Black bear
    www.blackbearflashlights.com

  • #2
    Another great post! Thanks for sharing!

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    • #3
      black bear, glad to see you found us over here. I so need to order one of your lights. Keep up the good work.

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      • #4
        I no longer have any interest in these small high-output "tactical" lights that drain expensive lithiums in a matter of moments.

        I'm going with LEDs from now on. Their not as bright, but will last forever.
        Media vita in morte sumus

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