Despite the inspiring and reassuring folks from from ar15.com saying weapon lights are “not needed” or “there is never going to be a situation where you’ll be in ambient lighting enough to see someone attacking you that you have you illuminate him to make sure” (???). We figure a handheld light may be a good compromise for all you Elmer Fudds out there.
From the lord of lumens and the king of candela, the Surefire Z2 Combat Light is great for anyone who CC’s a Hipoint and doesn't want to ruin the Hipoints sleek lines with a weapon light. The rubber grip ring allows you to use the verifiably classic “Rogers Technique” to shoot while holding the flashlight in one hand and the firearm in the other. The 90s called and they want their shooting techniques back.
For those looking to perfect the FBI technique – holding the flashlight with your support hand up and away from your body – the Surefire 6P Combat Light was born and bred for the task. You may look like the human equivalent of a GBRS Hydra Mount while doing it, but at least you don’t look like Mike Glover.
If there was a perfect EDC light (at least by 90s standards), these would be in the running. Useful for both close-in PID and admin work the 120 lumen light is great for making any day inherently more lit, or extremely lit at approx 1000 lumens for the L2 LED variant.
And of course, thanks to the word “Surefire” on the side you can be sure that it’ll handle just about any kind of caveman unga-bunga manhandling you throw at it.
- Combat Grip body
- 120 Lumens (L2 LED has 1000 Lumens)
- 1 hr run time
- Anti-roll ridge on head/bezel
- Durable aluminum body and head
- 1.25" Bezel accepts SureFire's 1.25" accessory filters
- Tail cap switch with momentary and constant