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    Default SF E2L

    Hi CPFers,

    In my further attempt to streamline and simplify my collection I will be selling off some of my rarely used lights.

    *EDIT* I have more stuff for sale in post #11 *EDIT*

    Novatac Storm
    1xCR123A
    Gold anodized. No clip. Emitter appears to be a SSC P4. Color temperature is cool blue - I would say probably 6500K.
    I believe Novatac went out of business awhile back. This one is probably 6-8 years old - I'm not totally sure but they once were of some interest to me since I think they share the same designer as the HDS lights.
    $20 - SOLD


    Nitecore T0
    1xAAA
    Emitter is a 5mm LED, cool blue, the color temperature is probably somewhere around 6500K.
    The operation is a simple twisty on and off. I don't know much about this light but I believe when the Fenix E01 was still somewhat popular on CPF this model of light was looking to be something like that.
    $7 - Withdrawn
    Fenix E15
    1xCR123A
    Twisty operation H-M-L
    This is the old E15 model. It uses optics instead of a reflector. Not sure of the emitter but sort of coolish white. I would guess around 5500K.
    $12 - SOLD

    Fenix,Novatac,Nitecore Bezel.jpg
    Fenix,Novatac,Nitecore Tail.jpg

    I would also sell all 3 of the above for $35.

    Peak Logan
    1x16340 (CR123A)
    This one is a odd one. Aluminum body. It has a neutral white emitter (I think maybe a Nichia 219 but am not 100% sure). It has a momentary switch on the end and a twisty head.
    I would recommend using this one as a pure twisty since the momentary switch on the back really gives you a finger workout (plus it can be quite temperamental).
    The output is variable since it uses QTC to control brightness. Personally, in the few lights I've own with QTC, I've found it to be a little finicky but it does theoretically offer infinitely variable output.
    The pocket clip is my own addition - I can't remember if it was a OEM part or not.
    $40 - SOLD

    Surefire E2L Outdoorsman
    2xCR123A
    This one has been around for awhile - I think I might have gotten this one in 09. It uses Surefire's TIR optic and has two modes - low and high. The color temperature on this one is actually quite good for a old SF. It's not a high-CRI light but I would put the color temperature at around 5200-5500K.
    I believe back when this came out SF advertised the outputs as 15 & 60 although back then SF would often underestimate their output. As you can see from the picture the bezel on this has some scuffs and dings. There is one notable ding and a smaller one as well but the lens is in very good condition.
    Serial number is A423685.
    $100 $90 $80 $70

    Surefire LX2 Lumamax
    2xCR123A
    I've had this one for awhile too although it is slightly newer than my E2L - definitely in better condition.
    TIR optic just like the E2L with two different outputs. Depress the button slightly for low and depress fully for high output. Emitter is cooler than my E2L - I would place it probably around 5700-6000K.
    The bezel on this one has some wear on the edges but generally in great condition. Lens is also in great condition.
    Serial number is A42373
    $140 $120 - SOLD

    Surefires&Peak Bezels.jpg
    Surefires&Peak Tails.jpg
    Surefires&Peak Bodies.jpg

    Thanks for taking a look - if you have questions I will try my best to answer them.
    Last edited by Imon; 02-13-2018 at 11:18 AM.

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    Default Re: Random Assortment & Old Surefires

    I'll take the novatac storm please pm for paypal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rstype View Post
    I'll take the novatac storm please pm for paypal
    Will do, thanks!

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    I’ll take the Logan please. PM me with PayPal.

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    PayPal sent! Thank you

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    Payment sent. Thank you.

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    Would you ship overseas?

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    I’ll take the Fenix please.

    PM your PayPal addy bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billbo View Post
    Would you ship overseas?
    Unfortunately, no.
    Sorry about that.

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    PayPal sent,

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    Default Re: Random Assortment & Old Surefires

    Don't feel like starting another thread so I'll add some flashlight parts to this new post.

    Assortment of Solarforce parts:
    I'm selling these as a set since selling them individually wouldn't cover the cost of shipping.

    -Head with radial fins.
    I'm pretty sure this is Solarforce although I can't see any markings on the item. Fins are obviously there for heat dissipation. Although if you use a P60-style drop-in that generates a lot of heat the key will be to have a way to transfer the heat from the drop-in to the head.
    -18650 extension
    Pretty self-explanatory. For use on a L2 body (compatible with my SF 6P LED body as well) if you want to turn your light into a 2x18650 setup. Obviously your drop-in would have to be rated for 8.4V.
    -L2 body
    1x18650 body. Of all the parts this one is in the most used state. The edges of the head has dings and scuffs around the inside of the head from P60 drop-ins use. Still totally usable though.
    -L2M body
    1x16340 body. Basically the L2 expect for use as a stubby P60 host.
    -Unknown Solarforce tail
    Not sure about the name or model of this. Squarish tailcap.
    $30 - SOLD

    Solarforce front.jpg
    Solarforce back.jpg
    Surefire 6P LED Host:
    This has been bored for 18650 although this can be a bit tricky. My AW 18650s slip in just fine but I have some Orbtronic 18650s that won't fit in. 18650s are supposed to be 18mm in diameter although I suppose there are some variances between manufacturers.
    There is wearing of the anodized finish on the head, body, and tail (see pictures). The gold-color lens ring is obviously not stock Surefire - I believe it was a Oveready part. Serial number: A638985.
    $45 - SOLD
    *Edit* After hunting down my digital calipers I measured the difference between my AW and Orbtronic 18650s. Seems like the AWs are about 18.4mm in diameter and the Orbtronics are 18.6mm. A small difference but enough so one would fit and the other won't*

    HDS Clicky 18650 Body:
    Title say it all. A HDS clicky body for those who want to use a 18650 cell.
    Button is executive (not tactical) style. This is in great shape. I virtually never used it since I was so used to the 16340 shape and feel. Threads are Acme style so if you have a older HDS your head isn't going to fit.
    The pocket clip is the black decorative style.
    $140 $130 SOLD

    Oveready Delrin tail shroud:

    The material is Delrin and it is a friction fit over a 6P host tailcap. A word of caution - this can be quite hard to take off once put on so only put it on if you intend to keep it on.
    This part serves two purposes - to have a clip to attach it to your pants or belt and to give your 6P host the ability to tail stand.
    $25 - SOLD

    6P, HDS, Clip front.jpg
    6P, HDS, Clip back.jpg
    6P body.jpg
    Last edited by Imon; 02-13-2018 at 11:18 AM. Reason: Additional info

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    Default Re: Random Assortment & Old Surefires & Flashlight Parts

    FYI, pics aren’t showing on these. Pm sent

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    Default Re: Random Assortment & Old Surefires & Flashlight Parts

    Photos above show fine for me ....
    ... is the archimedes peak

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    Quote Originally Posted by archimedes View Post
    Photos above show fine for me ....
    Nope - attachments aren't opening.

    "Invalid Attachment specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator"

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    Default Re: Random Assortment & Old Surefires & Flashlight Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by grateful1 View Post
    Nope - attachments aren't opening.

    "Invalid Attachment specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator"
    Bummer.
    I'm not sure why it's not showing ... it works for me but that might seem obvious.

    I'll try to fix this guys. I stopped using my old picture hosting website so I've had to try to find new ways to display images.
    Solarforce front.jpg
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    6P, HDS, Clip front.jpg
    6P, HDS, Clip back.jpg
    6P body.jpg
    Last edited by Imon; 02-02-2018 at 03:19 PM.

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    I’ll take the $30 assortment.
    White wall hunting is not a very good indicator of a flashlight’s potential, not sure where it got it’s popularity. - DB Customs

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    I’ll take the LX2.

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    LX2 received. Thanks! It’s like new.

    If I had opened a fresh-from-Surefire package and this came out I wouldn’t be remotely disappointed.
    Last edited by jimbyjimb; 02-08-2018 at 05:53 PM.

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    PM sent brother.

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    PayPal sent brother.

    Thanks again.

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    E15 arrived and works great!

    Looking forward to the other items too!

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    Default Re: Random Assortment & Old Surefires & Flashlight Parts

    How much would the HDS 18650 body cost shipped to Canada? Thanks!
    Want DC-fix? PM me!

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    6P and clip/shroud arrived safely packaged and looking good,

    Always nice doing business with trusted CPFers.

    Thank You

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbean View Post
    6P and clip/shroud arrived safely packaged and looking good,

    Always nice doing business with trusted CPFers.

    Thank You
    Thanks Greenbean

    Back when CPFMP was around whether I was buying or selling I never had a transaction go awry. I know there have been some bad eggs on CPF but I love how it's mostly just people how love lights.

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    I’ll take the HDS 18650 body. PM sent.
    I only fear that if something happens to me, my wife will sell all my stuff for what I told her I paid for it.

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    Argh, I was too slow to decide myself... well, backup on the tube then
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imon View Post
    Thanks Greenbean

    Back when CPFMP was around whether I was buying or selling I never had a transaction go awry. I know there have been some bad eggs on CPF but I love how it's mostly just people how love lights.
    Just want to give Imon a shout out for a quickly-arrived and well packaged unit. I appreciate it!
    I only fear that if something happens to me, my wife will sell all my stuff for what I told her I paid for it.

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    Default Re: 18650 HDS body & SF E2L

    Sorry for the zombie bump, but if the E2L Outdoorsman is still available I'll take it. Thanks!
    "Et lux in tenebris lucet"

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeyGrip View Post
    Sorry for the zombie bump, but if the E2L Outdoorsman is still available I'll take it. Thanks!
    Darn you. Lol. Hope it's still around and you get it!

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