They look much better in all black, huh? I did the same thing but with a black G3 body.
Not sure if this has been discussed or cover but I was curious if anyone knew what type of anodizing is on the KX3 head on the G2D? Seems like Type III but doesn't feel like it. Please help!
I must say I'm not impressed with this light. I think Streamlight is probably the only large company to get it right for a FF's light. Many other companies just take one of their regular lights, make it yellow, and call it a "Fire Rescue" light. Knife companies like to do this as well.
I think its a cool light by itself, but when do you need multiple light levels at a fire or emergency, aside from checking pupils?
And the checkered reflective things are cute, but the middle of the light is where the helmet mount clamps usually go, no? Why not a reflective strip around the head?
If SureFire wanted to make a real fire EMS type light, they should make a nitrolon bodied, articulated head, with rechargable batteries oriented side by side, or in series with an oval or flat body. Like a plastic weaponlight with a big *** removable clip in the back. It could be mounted on a helmet, belt or coat. These rehashed ideas painted yellow just don't cut it. They may have their finger on the pulse of military/law enforcement, but not fire/EMS.
Not trying to be a troublemaker, but I wished for years for a SureFire made for my line of work, and they hand us this.