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    Question Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    I am interested in some SureFire history. I am trying to find the Illumination Catalog's from SureFire year 2001 and older. Does anyone have these they can scan and email me, or know of a link to download from? Thanks

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    Default Re: Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    It would be great to have all the old catalogs, either printed or in PDF. I have years worth printed... Not sure which years though... 2004-2006 and when I think they only had 2 LED lights. Not sure what year that would have been though... 2001 maybe?
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    Default Re: Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    I have 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2006 on PDF and can email them out. The file size is about 10MB, so I would need to have them going to a email address that can handle it. Does anyone have 2005, 2001 and older out there???

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    Default Re: Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    The 2005 catatalog can be downloaded from surefires website at http://www.surefire.com/misc/illumin...talog_2005.pdf. I found this by going to the 2006 catalog then changing the address to the 2005. It appears to only work for 2005 and 2006

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    Default Re: Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    Thanks. Got it. Now I'm good 2002-2006. Still looking for the older one's...

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    illustrated leaflet 1994



    What do You need such things for?

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    Default Re: Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    I enjoy the SureFire history. Thanks a lot!!

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    Default Re: Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    hey yellow, i think i guessed right, those prices are in 'schilling' ?

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    Default Re: Are there older Surefire Catalogs available for download somewhere?

    What was the difference between the 6P and 6Px?

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    Default prices in Schilling

    yupps, bitte erinnere mich nicht daran

    luckily I once ordered some LAs for my 8x and got 2 complete 9N heads.
    Made a body from epoxy, still working
    (and much shorter than the original light, just a head twisty)


    PS: P60 and R60 Light Assembly. Is mentionned below the lights on the 1st sheet
    Last edited by yellow; 02-20-2007 at 06:07 PM.
    when in doubt: buy both

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    I'm trying to archive some stuff, the old SF catalog links no longer work, do you still have those Dave?

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    Default Re: prices in Schilling

    Post 3 of the below thread has links to many of the older catalogues.

    1996 is the oldest and 2002-2013 are also available for downloading. It could be that they didn't do the older catalogues in pdf format because fewer people had computers back them.

    https://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb...History-Thread

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    Default Re: prices in Schilling

    God I miss real SF lights! Iím slowly getting all the ones I always wanted but could never afford. Some will never go out of style.
    If i had one day left to live i would want to be at my workplace.Because every day is like a frickin eternity.

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