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I have been using the G2X since it came out.  The original ones were 15 - 200 lumens so they we great for indoors and out.  I gave them to my Security Officers and these lights held up for years and all are still working fine.

They then upped the lumens to 15-325 and of course my guys wanted that one.  Well they just upped the power again to 15 - 600.   I gave a new one to a new hire who was with the local SO for 30 years and was their Tactical Commander and Fire Arms trainer.   He used Stream lights and had not used the Surefire so these lights was new to him.  He loves it and carries it on duty and even uses it at home.

The G2X Pro also makes a great weapons light and at under $60 you can't go wrong.  It can take 12 ga recoil and I would recommend it for any weapon.   These are 1" body lights so any mount accepting that will work or even a single scope ring mounted to a rail.   

I am actually going to replace my Surefire Scout weapons light with a G2X Pro as my scout is only 200 lumens and is on a weapon I have set up to take out side at night when my K-9 get upset about something.

I have them on my store with all the specs listed and priced them to sell.  Be aware that E-bay and Amazon Seller and even Wal Mart are listing the new lights but sending the buyer the old model 15 - 200 or 15- 325.   Mine are 15 - 600 lumens and you know they are Genuine Surefire as I am a Surefire Professional Dealer.  See all the specs at http://www.tacticalgunslings.com

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