SC1 and SC2 with spare P91, N2 (?) and cells, LOTC and unidentified black tailcap, red and IR (?) beamfilter, KT-2 T-head with unidentified cover, C3 HA with clickie, lanyard ring and another unidentified beamcover.
Dang, that is sweet! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/buttrock.gif[/img]
Pretty close, kongfuchicken!
Mags, closer to $650!
It's a SF HA C3 with Z58 clickie, KT2 HA turbohead, A19 HA, A14, SC1, SC2, FM34 beamshaper, FM35 red filter, FM36 blue filter, FM24 beamshaper, P90(x2), P91, N2(x2), MN60(x2), N62, 4 Pila 150s and 12 CR123a, lanyard and green tritium glow ring, new photon freedom (mounted inside lid to light up the case), Pelican 1200 case. The green glow that comes from the case makes me think of one of Dr. Frankenstein's inventions. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
Yup the 6P went back to the way it was originally, just two cells and a P61 in it. It's the BOB light at the moment. The A19 is hiding in a drawer. That pic was largely taken to show how strange a mix of SF colors can be [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
The X2E features an X200A bezel on the base section of a KL4 bezel (which is why the diameters do not match up 100%)
So the beams are the same. The X2E is significantly more rare than the bezel PK has given to some of his friends:
See Don's here:
It is an X200A bezel with KL1 optic (driven like twice as hard as the KL1) and the bezel component diameter now match.
Shelby refers to the "crenelated bezel ring" from the E2d and how he has managed to swap it with the ring on the KL4. So basically he's created a L4d
From a "Franken" SureFire how about a TurboHead on a Millennium Series Handgun WeaponLight?
A 1911 type handgun would be one of the few types of handgun large enough to even attempt to use this combination!!
See here for a photo I found (I don't recall the author though)
After I bought my first SF, a 6R in the late '80's, it soon became a 6P and later I extended it to 9P config. Along the way I scratch built a tailcap-less body for 2 cells which was a head-twisty with shortened springs on the LA.
I think it was around '90 that the very bright Panasonic 5mm blue LED'd made the rear cover of Digikey's catalog at ~$6.50 each. I got to [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thinking.gif[/img] and built this thing. A couple years ago after finding CPF, I got rid of the 7-blue rear engine and made a 4-Nichia for it and threw in a P91. The LA is in series when the LED's are on. The LED's are obviously not in series when the P91's cooking. The neck lanyard attaches to a spring-loaded clamp so I can carry it with either end pointed down. It's a little under 6.5" long. Frankenlight? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/icon3.gif[/img]