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    Here it is...

    Left-to-right:
    -6Z Tail Cap
    -A20
    -A19
    -A21
    -L60



    And



    As well...



    Lastly...


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    Surefire 6P, Steampunk Edition:



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    I'm still waiting on parts, but its basically going to be an E2DL head with E1B guts, E1E body, and E2D tailcap, making it a E1DL. It might or might not replace my E2DL as my primary EDC.

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    Nitrolon + Nitrolon + Nitrolon + SS/TiAlN:



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    6P with $12 Moddoo "Thin Run" Tumbled Z59 SS Clip, Tactical HID's Xeno RG03 V3 SS Bezel and Malkoff M60 on AW RCR123s


    G2Z with ElectronGuru McClicky, Matte Delrin Shroud, Xeno ST03 V2 Blacked Out SS Strike Bezel, GID O-rings, Lighthound Novatac New Style Clip and P60L.


    Very Happy. Thanks Tom and Dan.
    Last edited by BIGLOU; 05-08-2010 at 04:06 PM.

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    Is there any extension that would fit a G2Z and let me use 3xcr123?

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    Quote Originally Posted by red02 View Post
    Is there any extension that would fit a G2Z and let me use 3xcr123?
    Thats a tricky one. SF makes two 'lengths' of extender:

    A19 - 34mm
    A14 - 50mm

    A19's are only available in metal (matches 6P) and these don't work (in my testing) with Nitrolon bodies. A14's are available in Nitrolon, but give more length than you need.

    So its easy to add an A14 to a G3 and run 3x17500's, but you'd need some kind of half cell (~15mm) spacer to add one cell to your G2Z with an A14.

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    Its good to hear that there are options. I have a 17mm wf-139 spacer. I think lighthound carries a 15mm charging spacer.

    How about the L2-ECR? will it lego with a G2Z?

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    G's have shorter tailcap threads so the key issue is the metal liner touching the inside rim of an extender before it can't go on any farther. Other designs may not have this issue.

    Careful with the spacers. 17mm is probably fine but unless they are wrapped, there is a risk of them shorting with the sides of the tubes.

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    I have been playing around with my SF M910 vertical grip weaponlight.

    I discovered that the tailcap is similar to my LU60, A21, and K2/U2 head threading.

    only the incan head works as I can run reversed polarity. anyone know of any P60 led dropins that can run reverse polarity?












    I like to call this lego, the Porcuipine boomerang of death!!!!


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    huh? that beats my "hammer" flashlight design!

    you got an angle iron!

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    Is that for mounting on one of those new rifles I've heard about that shoots round corners?
    Resistance is futile...

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    haha sure!! it is called the Corner Shot. no joke. the gun that shoots around corners is the Corner Shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solscud007 View Post





    LOL...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioni View Post
    LOL...

    I like to think of it as my SF water proof capsule haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solscud007 View Post
    the gunt that shoots around corners
    Phew - that was a near one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solscud007 View Post
    haha sure!! it is called the Corner Shot. no joke. the gunt that shoots around corners is the Corner Shot.
    Nothing new. There was one created during the Wild West. But limited technology meant that the barrel was slowly bent ever so slightly until it curved, but only in one direction. If you were on the wrong side of a corner, you'd have to fire the weapon upside down. Apparently it worked, but carrying it on a horse with your other rifles proved to be horrible impractical. It fell out of favor.

    Now the concept is back again.

    (I guess you could just toss a grenade around the corner, but sometimes you want to take chances. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solscud007 View Post



    Dead End flashlight....or blind as a Bat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monocrom View Post
    Nothing new. There was one created during the Wild West. But limited technology meant that the barrel was slowly bent ever so slightly until it curved, but only in one direction. If you were on the wrong side of a corner, you'd have to fire the weapon upside down. Apparently it worked, but carrying it on a horse with your other rifles proved to be horrible impractical. It fell out of favor.

    Now the concept is back again.

    (I guess you could just toss a grenade around the corner, but sometimes you want to take chances. )

    yes but thanks to technology, the Corner shot has a camera and viewscreen. The camera relays what the gun is pointing at and has a reticle so you can actually aim. the object of course is to keep the shooter completely covered and not have to reveal any part of the body.
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    KT1+C3 body+Z58



    M4+Seraph P7 head;M3T+JET M2S Adapter



    L4+MC E2S
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solscud007 View Post
    I like to think of it as my SF water proof capsule haha.
    Indeed! I didn't think on this. Hahaha..
    PS.: I "bit" expensive though, but... it's a Surefire!

    Quote Originally Posted by aioria View Post


    M4+Seraph P7 head;M3T+JET M2S Adapter
    Very nice! Just a question, whats this M2S adapter?
    Last edited by Dioni; 06-08-2010 at 08:53 PM. Reason: Coment add

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    Another one of mine


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    Quote Originally Posted by alantch View Post
    Another one of mine

    WOW, Alan!!! That's one sweet looking get-up. Looks a little more "Robust" than using it with the standard KT1-HA. How's the balance in the hand??? Does the tail-cap help off set the weight of the head? And are ya running a N1 in there or a Lumens Factory bulb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioni View Post
    Just a question, whats this M2S adapter?
    Pls look at this site:
    http://jetbeam.com.cn/links/pro/m2s.aspx,
    The M2S adapter can apply to SUREFIRE.


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    Quote Originally Posted by angelofwar View Post
    WOW, Alan!!! That's one sweet looking get-up. Looks a little more "Robust" than using it with the standard KT1-HA. How's the balance in the hand??? Does the tail-cap help off set the weight of the head? And are ya running a N1 in there or a Lumens Factory bulb?
    It balances very nicely in the hand, which was quite a surprise to me as I thought it'll be front-heavy due to the KT4. I guess the SW02 balances it due to it's bigger mass. It's running a warm 3 mode NB tower module.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aioria View Post
    Pls look at this site:
    http://jetbeam.com.cn/links/pro/m2s.aspx,
    The M2S adapter can apply to SUREFIRE.
    Oh yep... you mean the extender! I was thinking you were using a adapter to fit the Surefire TH on the Jet body. So didn't you need it? Are they compatible? Nice!

    Cheers,
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    Here are the Surefire Legos I recently built.

    Surefire KL1 w/ VG FB3 body
    Fit either CR123 primaries or AA. Great back-up light


    Surfire Z44 bezel w/ FM 1x16340 body & Solarforce R2 drop-in
    Nice pocket rocket

    Last edited by Kif; 06-16-2010 at 02:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kif View Post
    Here are the Surefire Legos I recently built.

    Surefire KL1 w/ VG FB3 body
    Fit either CR123 primaries or AA. Great back-up light
    cannot tell from my screen but this body is 2xAA...so you can run the head with 3CR123s too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kosPap View Post
    cannot tell from my screen but this body is 2xAA...so you can run the head with 3CR123s too?
    Actually the FB3 body is designed for 3xCR123, but 2xAA will be fine.
    The KL1 working voltage is 3v-9v, so I think this combination is great.

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