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Old 03-20-2010, 04:32 PM
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SUREFIRE WEAPON LIGHT
RECHARGEABLE CONVERSION
350 LUMENS $175
TWO HOURS RUN TIME
OR $135 FOR THE FLASHLIGHT
WITH 5 FUNCTION AND 350 LUMENS LAMP

Hi guys,
I have made one rechargeable conversion of a Surefire 6P flashlight, into a weapon light of 345 lumens.

You can mount this baby in a 5.56 mm a 50 caliber or a shotgun, it will shrug recoil no matter what caliber you shoot. Ideal to mount in a bow, friends that have niusance licenses are using my early versions.

Surefire have one, but is longer, runs only for 20 minutes on three disposables 123's batteries and is only 225 lumens, as well as costing $420.--
Millennium Universal WeaponLight System - M961XM07 available from SureFire


I have machined the interior of the Surefire body, to accept the use of a premium quality Lithium Ion rechargeable battery.
The lamp have a very heavy spring that acts as a shock absorber and the one piece battery really doesn’t have room to move forward



The special machined Surefire body is a part of the equation.
The Lamp is a new one by Thru Nite, it is the new Cree R-5 and output and incredible 345 lumens (well more than any Surefire weapon light)

The tail cap has a remote cable switch with pressure pad, so you can place it on the stock of your rifle or shotgun, under your thumb. Yes thumb pressure will activate the light.

Usually this type of light uses 123’s batteries, they go fast under the power of 345 lumens, so I opted for a long run time battery, rechargeable, that will last you close to 2 hours of run time.

Moreover, when you are unsure of how much battery juice is in the battery, just pop it into the charger and you get a full charged battery, ideal if you practice much night shooting with your AR.
You cannot do that with 123’s primary batteries unless you are willing to dump expensive half used batteries.

Li Ion technology will provide extend use if you don’t use the light, an occasional full top charge every 5 months will keep the battery at full capacity.




I have used a crenellated bezel up front, but I also have available a bezel with no crenellated, if the buyer so desire.

I provide the light with a Weaver ring, or a heavy QD lever mount so you only have to clamp it to a Weaver or Picattiny mount



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E-mail me if you want to mount it on a sporting rifle and need to know which mount to use and where in the rifle to put it.

For bows usually it mount in the stabilizer by addin a $4.00 Weaver base, usually the #61A for a flat surface or a curved bottom one for the stabilizer





Charger good for 110 to 240 volts, I provide plugs for Australian, European or UK if necessary

I also have red lenses if they are needed (lenses not filters) but filters are available where Surefires are sold.

$175 shipped in the USA
$190 shipped International

PAY PAL at:
jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com

Also write me a this e-mail if you need more information or want to pay with money order.

If you PM me here, it will take longer to answer you, as I am working away from the computer, while e-mails I always can answer from my cell phone.

Thank you for looking
Watchmaker
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Old 03-27-2010, 11:44 AM
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It can be attached to a shotgun magazine with this mount (Mossberg 500)



Or to the barrel of any shotgun (like in this Remingtom 1100)



Or to the barrel of a Sporting rifle



Or to the scope



And they will quick detach and attach.

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Old 04-01-2010, 04:30 AM
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UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2010

BEAMSHOTS FROM THE NEW LAMPS
350 LUMENS STRAIGHT
AND 350 LUMENS
5 FUNCTION LAMP

Due to a new reflector shape, the new lamps have a gain in range of over 20 yards.
The flood seems to be the same, so people clearing rooms will be well serve.
Hunters will love the new lamps due to the increased range

75 yards


52 yards (beam shot goes under trees where more moisture is accumulated and reflects on the beam)


60 yards


I have now the best long throw small head light in the market, your AR will have a superior range all over all other lights, my tactical light is six times more powerful than a similar incandescent 6P or G-2. C-2 etc light.
Plus:
50,000 hours lamp life
2 hours run time for the straight 350 lumens lamp
And up to 9 hours for the 5 functions lamp (in the 50 lumens mode)
RECHARGEABLE using the best Lithium Ion battery in existence
Quick Detach LEVER mount
Pressure pad switch AND regular click switch included
Two models available:
Hard anodized matte black $185 for the weapon light, $145 for the flashlight
Or Glossy anodized, $175 for the weapon light or $135 for the flashlight
Charger included
Crenellated bezel or flat bezel
Extra batteries available (for extra run time)

e-mail me at
jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com
for more information



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Old 05-01-2010, 10:36 PM
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Can be attached to the scope
with the optional Picatinny rail



E-mail me at jcharles11784(at)Yahoo(dot)com
for more information,OPTIONS and references


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Old 06-29-2010, 07:28 PM
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MOUNTING OPTIONS

I HAVE THREE MOUNTING OPTIONS FOR YOUR WEAPON LIGHT.
All will attach securely to Picatinny rails or Weaver bases

First is an all steel quick detach LEVER mount
Second is an ultra lightweight all aluminum nut mount
Third is an aluminum OFFSET mount on the Daniel Defense style
Your choice



SWITCH OPTIONS

For the weapon light I have four switch options.

First: A pressure pad switch with straight cord (for rifles)
Second: A pressure pad switch with curly cord (for shotguns)
And for those that don’t like cables on their guns:
Third: A momentary and also click on/off switch
Fourth: A momentary and turn on/ off switch (Surefire system)



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Old 07-16-2010, 07:13 PM
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SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

Surefire weapon lights are very good, but they run on RC123ís batteries, which are costly (around $2 each for the Surefire brand).

A two battery Surefire will do 65 lumens for 1 hour on two batteries or 120 lumens for 20 minutes with the P-61 lamp.

A 3 battery weapon light will do 200 lumens on three 123ís batteries for 20 minutes.

That is $18.00 in batteries for one hour to throw a 200 lumens beam, with a lampís life of 36 hours.




You can see such a light (a Surefire 9P) on the picture left. On the right side is my offering of the tactical weapon light with a lamp life of 50,000 hours, running on a rechargeable battery with 2 hours run time, and outputting 300 lumens.


The battery life is 2,000 hours (it can be recharged 1,000 times) after that, a new battery will cost $23 shipped.

If you were to use the Surefire 200 lumens light for 2,000 hours you will spend $36,000 in batteries.

Stop wasting money in expensive 123ís and e-mail me for the tactical weapon conversion.
And itís shorter and lighter too.
e-mail
jcharles11784(at)yahoo(dot)com.

Thank you for looking
Best wishes


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