It's official. I'm a Millennium Series addict.

jamesmtl514

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Oct 14, 2009
Messages
1,944
Location
Montreal, Canada
Newest on the far left.

umupe3av.jpg
 
Last edited:

Rat

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Oct 4, 2010
Messages
1,060
Location
Australia
Newest on the far left.

Sweet another original cross-hair M3 good find James :thumbsup: I have a weak spot for those.
Looking at all your lights in the back ground you need a display cabinet big time at the rate you buy lights you better make it a big one.




Brian Old Stock New In Box just how I like them :thumbsup:
Another good score.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ok than my turn I have this on its way to me :eek: SCORE!

It’s an Old Stock NIB wrapped M6 never been opened. The box is an early one so it should be a cross-hair I would say. But you really never know whats inside the box. I am hoping it’s one I have not got already.
I was thinking of doing a video unboxing for a little suspense
:D

MynewM6_zpscb4876b9.jpg




MP who ?

:wave:
 
Last edited:

bound

Enlightened
CPF Supporter
Joined
Aug 1, 2012
Messages
409
Location
BeiJing,China
Brain your M6 collection is growing :thumbsup:

How about some Cross-Hair M3 Action
The one on the left is not in its original form.
I purchased it as body only found a tailcap of the same age but still looking for a bezel. As you can see the logo was made to long for the body.
The rest are all minty most NIB.

M3CH800x_zpse54c936c.jpg

The rarer bezel in the middle

:wave:

Is that a blank M4 body ? Whats the history behind it ?





There's no better than NIB old stock love it :thumbsup: I have a few crosshair M3's but this new one is the only one I have with that rarer bezel.
M3A00480800x_zps7bc0d210.jpg


:wave:

Sweet another original cross-hair M3 good find James :thumbsup: I have a weak spot for those.
Looking at all your lights in the back ground you need a display cabinet big time at the rate you buy lights you better make it a big one.





Brian Old Stock New In Box just how I like them :thumbsup:
Another good score.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ok than my turn I have this on its way to me :eek: SCORE!

It’s an Old Stock NIB unwrapped M6 never been opened. The box is an early one so it should be a cross-hair I would say. But you really never know whats inside the box. I am hoping it’s one I have not got already.
I was thinking of doing a video unboxing for a little suspense :D

MynewM6_zpscb4876b9.jpg




MP who ?

:wave:
Hello Rat,
Great M3 Favorites!
No!
No!
No!
Not only is the M3, as well as M2, M6 .....................!
 

Rat

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Oct 4, 2010
Messages
1,060
Location
Australia
Hello Rat,
Great M3 Favorites!
No!
No!
No!
Not only is the M3, as well as M2, M6 .....................!

OK seeing that you mentioned it here is the M2 new in box that I scored only a Snap shot.

I paid $180 for this and it was still wrapped up. The owner asked me what it was worth I told him around $250- $300 which I thought at the time was about right. He still sold it to me for $180 real nice guy and I have purchased a few from him lately. No need in thanking him as he does not get on the net.

A few weeks later one sold for $510 on eBay $510.00 that’s crazy. I know eBay’s is the last place you would want to by a rare Surefire but even that’s high for eBay. No wonder prices are going so high lately when somebody is willing to pay $500.00 for a 3 flats M2. Madness. Looks like there was three people fighting it out for it and I know you can get carried away in bidding wars. But WOW.
But note the seller said it was a cross-hair logo which it is not. Maybe the buyers went so high thinking it was.

Here is my one NIB
m2_zpscc54e9c2.jpg


The one that sold for $510
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/190819772921?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

:wave:
 
Last edited:

bound

Enlightened
CPF Supporter
Joined
Aug 1, 2012
Messages
409
Location
BeiJing,China
OK seeing that you mentioned it here is the M2 new in box that I scored only a Snap shot.

I paid $180 for this and it was still wrapped up. The owner asked me what it was worth I told him around $250- $300 which I thought at the time was about right. He still sold it to me for $180 real nice guy and I have purchased a few from him lately. No need in thanking him as he does not get on the net.

A few weeks later one sold for $510 on eBay $510.00 that’s crazy. I know eBay’s is the last place you would want to by a rare Surefire but even that’s high for eBay. No wonder prices are going so high lately when somebody is willing to pay $500.00 for a 3 flats M2. Madness. Looks like there was three people fighting it out for it and I know you can get carried away in bidding wars. But WOW.
But note the seller said it was a cross-hair logo which it is not. Maybe the buyers went so high thinking it was.

Here is my one NIB

The one that sold for $510
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/190819772921?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

:wave:
Hello,congratulations guy Rat, with a good price for a great m2!like you said, our memories of cpfmarketplace & ebay was once a lover's paradise,but after 2012, the happy time has gone!
although, still have a lot of rare flashlight, however, their price bring us is not happy, but it is: wealth!
:thinking:
 

Rat

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Oct 4, 2010
Messages
1,060
Location
Australia
their price bring us is not happy, but it is: wealth!
:thinking:

You can say that again.
The demand is there so I suppose you can only expect the prices to go up. Good if we ever want to sell our collection :thinking:........... :crackup::crackup:





The three versions of the M1.
As tobrien discovered note the four slots in the early version and the tail cap is longer on the currant version.

M1Gens800x_zpsd14fb362.jpg


Hey Tobrien I scored the low serial number only a few days after asking about yours somebody is looking after me up there.

:wave:
 
Last edited:

tobrien

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Dec 16, 2005
Messages
4,861
Location
Georgia Highway 441
You can say that again.
[FONT=&]The demand is there so I suppose you can only expect the prices to go up. Good if we ever want to sell our collection[/FONT] :thinking:........... :crackup::crackup:





The three versions of the M1.
As tobrien discovered note the four slots in the early version and the tail cap is longer on the currant version.

M1Gens800x_zpsd14fb362.jpg


Hey Tobrien I scored the low serial number only a few days after asking about yours somebody is looking after me up there.

:wave:

big congratulations buddy! nice scores!
 

bound

Enlightened
CPF Supporter
Joined
Aug 1, 2012
Messages
409
Location
BeiJing,China
You can say that again.
The demand is there so I suppose you can only expect the prices to go up. Good if we ever want to sell our collection :thinking:........... :crackup::crackup:





The three versions of the M1.
As tobrien discovered note the four slots in the early version and the tail cap is longer on the currant version.

M1Gens800x_zpsd14fb362.jpg


Hey Tobrien I scored the low serial number only a few days after asking about yours somebody is looking after me up there.

:wave:
Hello Rat,
Very good M1 collection, a lot of your collection to see the difference between different periods.
The SureFire M1 products: Is their technology more advanced, but the ring is more and more? ?:nana:
I see the difference between these three M1's main body on the ring, the old product is a 3-membered rings, the latter part is a 4-membered rings.
 
Last edited:

JCD

Enlightened
Joined
Apr 12, 2010
Messages
892
Did not know of two M6 lights having spelling mistakes. I only knew of the Magnumtlight so there is also a Millenium missing "n"
Thanks for the heads up now I need to add both M6's with the spelling mistakes to my list.

I have an incoming M6 Millenium! It is my first M6, so I'm pretty excited about it!
 

Rat

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Oct 4, 2010
Messages
1,060
Location
Australia
I have an incoming M6 Millenium! It is my first M6, so I'm pretty excited about it!

Sweet nice score :thumbsup:

Pictures please when you get it.
I would also like to know the serial number :confused:

Hey Light Junk if you are reading this how about a serial number of yours please.


:wave:
 

HotWire

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Mar 9, 2011
Messages
1,651
You guys been photographing my lights! lol I've got M3s, M4s, and a couple of M6s with (mostly) different incan setups and some with LED towers! I love the SW01 switches. I have several, want more..... I need a camera!
 

Rat

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Oct 4, 2010
Messages
1,060
Location
Australia
Pics or lies! Lol.
Show us what you have ;)

Very subtle James :crackup:

I like silgt famous saying its a little softer "Pictures or it did not Happen"

Just having some fun Hotwire but would love to see your collection. You can still get good shots with most Mobile phones. You just need good light.


:wave:
 

JCD

Enlightened
Joined
Apr 12, 2010
Messages
892
Re: It's official. I'm a Millenium Series addict.


I can't find millenium anywhere on the periodic table.


Since it's an incan, I wonder if it's even bright enough to light a path to the bathroom at night.


Are misspelled words in the laser etching covered by Surefire's No Hassle warranty?
 
Last edited:
Top