Discussion in 'Firearm Accessories & Gear' started by SHOOTER13, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

    What do you use when you need a bright light to illuminate the night...?

    I own two of these...one for my nightstand, and one for my Jeep.





    Max Output: 65/120 lumens
    With optional ultra-high output lamp
    Runtime: 60/20 minutes
    With optional ultra-high output lamp
    Length: 5.10 Inches
    Weight: 5.30 Ounces
    Battery: Two 123A Lithium

    Rugged aerospace-grade aluminum body, available with Type II anodizing in glossy black or Mil-Spec Type III hard anodizing in olive drab
    O-ring sealed, weatherproof
    Tempered Pyrex® window
    Pocket clip
    Tailcap switch: press for momentary-on, twist for constant-on
    Switch lockout prevents accidental activation during transport or storage

    The C2 Centurion is a compact (palm size) high-intensity incandescent flashlight for duty and tactical use or conditions requiring enhanced grip, similar to their Z2 but with pocket clip and slightly heavier body. Patented rubber grip ring allows the light to be operated with a handgun using the Rogers/SureFire technique. Puts out a smooth, brilliant, pre-focused tactical-level beam with four times the light of a big two D-cell flashlight - bright enough to temporarily blind and disorient a person by impairing his night-adapted vision. Light output may be nearly doubled with optional P61 lamp.
  2. greyhawk50

    greyhawk50 Well-Known Member

    As for the vehicles or just around the house, most any Walmart brand will do as long as it's LED. Incandescent flashlights are too dim for my old eyes.

    I have a Remington Blood Tracker Flashlight in my hunting backpack.

    You'll find a Techlite on my nightstand.

    Product Features

    • Features CREE XPE LEDs - 150 Lumens Output
    • High and Low Beam: Provides the light required at the touch of a button
    • Emergency Strobe Light: Signals Your Location to Others
    • Multifunction Cap Switch: 50% & 100% light output levels, and flashing emergency strobe
    • Polycarbonate Lens, Vacuum Plated Reflector, Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Body

  3. Rich1028

    Rich1028 Well-Known Member

    mag lite led 2 d batteries,and regular 4 d mag lights.
    and in the cars those cheap $5 led's
  4. 28Shooter

    28Shooter Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

    I have a yellow synthetic Surefire for house emergencies, 2-C cell Maglights in the cars, and a single AA led for when I walk the dogs at night.
  5. Rich1028

    Rich1028 Well-Known Member

    I made A video on the flashlights that I have.

  6. oldbrass

    oldbrass Well-Known Member

    a 12 gauge lights the dark dang good
  7. axxe55

    axxe55 Well-Known Member

    i used Maglights for many years and still have many left, but have now gone to using the Streamlight brand of rechargeable flashlights. i have an older one thats an incandicent and a new one that's an LED version. both are very bright, but the LED is much brighter. both have the bases that can be interchanged, as well as the battery sticks. i have one base mounted in my office, one each in both trucks. they also come with 12v DC and 120v AC chargers.