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    Just ordered my first REAL flashlight! I was wondering though, and I can't find any info on it, does the Fury step down after a few minutes on high? I'm guessing and hoping not, since no one has posted anything about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLOCK 22 View Post
    Checked mine on the packaging it say's backed by surefire's no-hassle guarantee. Then on the warranty paper inside it say's lamps will burn out, batteries will be used up, and switches may eventually wear out, almost everything else is covered by our no-hassle warranty. For the lifetime of the original owner etc, if it is determined by us to be defective. It also came with a pretty cool surefire sticker. Hope this answered your question.
    Did your Fury come with a "User Manual"? My M600C says the exact same things on the packaging/warranty card, but in the User Manual, it states:

    "SureFire warrants this product to be free from defect in workmanship and materials for a period of six (6) months from the date of purchase.
    At our discretion, we will replace or refund your original purchase price of this product if it is determined, by us, to be defective. Damage resulting from abuse, neglect, or altering this product from its original state is not covered."
    I'd rather have a flashlight in front of me than a "frontal flashlightomy"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by naked2 View Post
    Did your Fury come with a "User Manual"? My M600C says the exact same things on the packaging/warranty card, but in the User Manual, it states:

    "SureFire warrants this product to be free from defect in workmanship and materials for a period of six (6) months from the date of purchase.
    At our discretion, we will replace or refund your original purchase price of this product if it is determined, by us, to be defective. Damage resulting from abuse, neglect, or altering this product from its original state is not covered."
    It say's the same but there's nothing said about (6) months after date of purchase. It say's it's covered for the lifetime of the original owner, and this is on my User Manual that it came with. So it must be lifetime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stainz View Post
    Knowing I could drive across town and buy one - from stock - for ~$165 (w s/t) doesn't help matters. Finding out that they have been sold out since before 12-27 makes one think they are being disingenuous by continuing to advertise 'usually ships the next business day', as their site states now (9:47 AM CDT). My order, 1/15, was initially answered by an estimated shipping date of 1/18 - arriving 1/20. Silly me, I believed it. If I don't cancel, this would be my first order with them. I don't blame them for selling out - but they need to tell one - at the time of purchase - especially if they have been out of stock for a while.

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    Yeah the wording is unfortunate, but technically only states "usually" (ie not always) ships next business day. Because I placed another order & the same happened as with the fury. Apparently with at least some of this stuff they have to order it themselves first, then receive it, before shipping it out to us. So you just have to plan for that going in, & if it's something you absolutely can't wait for, I'd recommend checking with BJ personally first to make sure they have the item on hand. That's what I'll do next time, assuming they'll still take an order from me again after being impatient & canceling my first two because of the delays.

    And now my Fury's gone. High beam was super impressive but a little too bright for most of my use, & low beam a little too dim to keep me from jumping to high- something like the jetbeam bc25 would be ideal. Wish that were a SF.

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    I just received my SureFire P2X-B "Fury". For the size and 500 lumens, its a great flashlight. Very happy and already used it quite alot.

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    I just received my P2X Fury in the mail last night, purchased from fleabay seller for $146.00 plus 12.00 shipping. The brightness is just as advertised. By shining the flashlight into my hand, the reflection is even difficult to look at. I personally believe their advertisement of 500 lumens, very impressive especially for the compact size.

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    Surefire built up a reputation of no-bluff output, despite they began to advertise OTF lumen, but still not bluffing
    Not just because it is a USA brand and military supplier, but thats what us user seen

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    Got my Fury yesterday. We received a couple for my store. Only tested it for half an hour but really like it. Managed to find my neighbours cat that ran away last night just fine...

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    I just got my fury and I was just wondering if anyone knew where I could get a case to fit it and an o-ring for the gap by the tail cap?

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    What I would like is a 500-lumen Fury with a combat grip like the z2x. Does anybody know if you can Lego one together from parts?

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    In the 2012 SF catalog is the ZM2 combat light. It is basically a 500 Luken Z2. Hopefully it comes to market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper715 View Post
    In the 2012 SF catalog is the ZM2 combat light. It is basically a 500 Luken Z2. Hopefully it comes to market.
    This will be the new standard in police duty lights, IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fespo276 View Post
    This will be the new standard in police duty lights, IMHO.
    it's a tac light, not a duty light.
    There's more to a light than its output.

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    You can use a tac light as duty light, but not in reverse
    IMO these lights are quite good for LEO

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggreenjohny View Post
    I just got my fury and I was just wondering if anyone knew where I could get a case to fit it and an o-ring for the gap by the tail cap?
    Case that's a good question don't know of one right off hand, are you talking about a hard plastic case or on that you can wear on your belt, if that's what your looking for. Then surefire sells one it's the V21 nylon quick-detach holster it's on the surefire website. As for the o-ring lighthound sells all kinds of o-ring you may want to check them out, I'm sure they'll have what your looking for.
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    I got mine in over the weekend... it throws a little further than my M91, but does not have as much flood. I actually really like that the low comes on first. If I ever need high, I can always double tap the switch and it comes on. It was a steal at $124 shipped (after CPF discount) from Spyder Tactical.

    Case wise, do you need it for a belt? It will fit in most 9mm mag pouches.
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    It was a steal at $*** shipped (after CPF discount) from Spyder Tactical.
    Take a look at the 'Good Deals' section of the CPF Marketplace if you want to buy another one.

    I also got my Fury from an authorized online dealer, it is a great light as everyone says. There is a little of the XM-L tint gradient across the beam, my example seems to have a smoother color blend than the display light in Hong Kong a few days ago. I suspect that very small differences in the location of the plane of the phosphor in the emitter package make visible changes to the beam tint when white wall hunting.

    The Fury seems to run fine on an AW 17670, looks like there is room to bore it out for an 18650 if you can get it apart. No bump mode changing that I can see, just hope the clicky is fixed after some problems on early 6PX/G2X Pro models.

    The lens on my Fury appears to be glass with a greenish anti-reflective coating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vox Clamatis in Deserto View Post
    Take a look at the 'Good Deals' section of the CPF Marketplace if you want to buy another one.

    I also got my Fury from an authorized online dealer, it is a great light as everyone says. There is a little of the XM-L tint gradient across the beam, my example seems to have a smoother color blend than the display light in Hong Kong a few days ago. I suspect that very small differences in the location of the plane of the phosphor in the emitter package make visible changes to the beam tint when white wall hunting.

    The Fury seems to run fine on an AW 17670, looks like there is room to bore it out for an 18650 if you can get it apart. No bump mode changing that I can see, just hope the clicky is fixed after some problems on early 6PX/G2X Pro models.

    The lens on my Fury appears to be glass with a greenish anti-reflective coating.
    Do you seem to get the same burn time on the AW 17670 as to the 2 CR123A's, man that's awsome I will more than likely put one in mine.
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    Fairly glad I held off on one of these. Just dropped to $108 from one of our retailers, before shipping of course. This is like when I dropped $127 on my M91 and then it was $85 the next day. Really kills my plans for trying and selling on the MP. Oh well.

    At least this might be a sign of all of those new Surefire's at SS being on the way. They also dropped the E2DL, G2X, x300, G2x, and 6PX Defender to all reasonable prices. Mostly their old prices but this is where they should be.

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    Do you seem to get the same burn time on the AW 17670 as to the 2 CR123A's, man that's awsome I will more than likely put one in mine.
    I would imagine that the burn time will be less but I have run the 17670 on high for a while to make sure the light and battery don't get too warm. The AW battery is protected and it seems to run as it should. Some lights will cause a protected battery to shut down quickly from high current and overheating. I really like the single battery option if available when using rechargeables. The new LED's are reaching current levels of legacy incandescent lights and there is plenty of history here on CPF on the issues with multiple cell batteries and high current draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vox Clamatis in Deserto View Post
    Take a look at the 'Good Deals' section of the CPF Marketplace if you want to buy another one.
    I wish I didn't see that... I am tempted to pick up another, but I will save my pennies for whatever the next surprise Surefire will be!

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    I got my P2X-B yesterday! Here's a comparison of the total light output of the Fury to the EagleTac P20C2 Mark II XM-L:


    The larger size of the Fury keeps it cooler. As a result it maintains its total light output better. And there's no step down in light output! The "step" on the Fury's graph is when I switched it to its low setting; the EagleTac was kept on High until I turned it off.
    Last edited by Robert_M; 01-24-2012 at 01:21 PM.

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    That's interesting. Any chance you could check the output with a 17670?

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    Unfortunately, I don't have a 17670 ...

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    I will be buying a AW 17670 for my fury. Thanks for the info Vox Clamatis in Deserto.
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    Omg, from the graph, surefire has underrated their lumen again!
    IMO 17670 will not work at full output, i believe the driver is a buck one, like E2DL and LX2
    And off-topicly, a single cell would having trouble with the boost-buck driver, it would keep switching between them or having some minor flashing

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    And off-topicly, a single cell would having trouble with the boost-buck driver, it would keep switching between them or having some minor flashing
    Izzat so?

    Don't know if this light has the buckwheat driver or what, but it seems to me to work fine on a 17670. Doesn't seem to flash a bit as the battery runs down. Give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vox Clamatis in Deserto View Post
    Izzat so?

    Don't know if this light has the buckwheat driver or what, but it seems to me to work fine on a 17670. Doesn't seem to flash a bit as the battery runs down. Give it a try.
    I meant Fury have buck driver, 3.7V should not give full output since it should be below working voltage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vox Clamatis in Deserto View Post
    Izzat so?

    Don't know if this light has the buckwheat driver or what, but it seems to me to work fine on a 17670. Doesn't seem to flash a bit as the battery runs down. Give it a try.
    OT again, V20C with 18650 @/around max output, sometime it will flash or having capacitor-charging sounds frequently
    Lets keep this thread fury-only
    Last edited by jh333233; 01-24-2012 at 10:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vox Clamatis in Deserto View Post
    Izzat so?

    Don't know if this light has the buckwheat driver or what, but it seems to me to work fine on a 17670. Doesn't seem to flash a bit as the battery runs down. Give it a try.

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