Survival Gear Review: SureFire G2X Pro

SureFire Flashlight G2X

The SureFire G2X Pro is a compact, versatile flashlight that can be used for camping trips, hunting expeditions and any other time you need to see in the dark. The best thing about this particular model is its versatility- it has three settings: low, medium and high. Another great feature of the SureFire G2X Pro is its brightness- on high setting it will shine up to 320 lumens with an 1100 candela peak beam intensity making it one of the brightest tactical flashlights available on the market today. It also features a push button tail switch that allows for momentary or constant-on operation.

1. Have you had the chance to use this product yet?

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2. What did you think about it?

3. How would you rate the durability of this type of battery pack, on a scale from 1-10 with 10 being amazing and 1 being terrible?

4. Would you personally buy your own light or does that depend on where you live and work best?

5. Is there anything that makes this product stand out, either good or bad?

The SureFire G2X Pro is a polymer-bodied (Nitrolon) version of the 6PX Pro. It feels and looks like an upgrade to what was previously available in that series, but its true strength lies deeper than aesthetics or even features – it’s named after “survival.” We put this flashlight through rigorous use for months on end at SurvivalCache headquarters to see if it lives up to the name.

“Survivals: General Precautions,” as one chapter goes by quickly warns readers about how important having sufficient light sources are during emergencies such as power outages when you need your hands free from holding a lantern. With essential skills and resources neatly organized into relevant categories with accompanying illustrations, there should be no issue

The G2X Pro is a compact flashlight that has impressive beam quality and coverage. The light comes with dual switches which allow you to select between an aggressive or high-performance mode depending on your needs, while the smooth reflector adds signature LED XM-L technology for maximum illumination.

The G2X Pro is the perfect light to have in any situation. With a click tailcap, it can be used as an everyday carry or for tactical situations with its powerful LED that has two modes: high and low.

In my tests, I found the G2X Pro to be a poor backup weapon light. The multi-click interface was too difficult for me to use in this capacity and it seemed as though officers were having trouble with that function as well. However, its bright beamshape is perfect for searching dark rooms or even blinding someone at close range when used repeatedly on high power (200 lumens).

Survival Flashlight

The G2X Tactical has the same performance and capacity as other SureFire lights but lacks some of their versatility. The click tail cap made no difference in my daily tasks, so it was a good backup for EDC with its pocket clip that can be worn on jeans or slacks without any concern about snagging anything when drawing your weapon.

If you’re looking for an affordable back up light to carry every day, check out the 200 lumen only G2x Tactical by Surefire!

When I ran out of power at work last week, the Surefire G2X Pro came to my rescue. With its deep-dish reflector and long runtime on low mode, it lit up my workspace for hours without overheating or shutting off. And with a lifetime warranty backed by one of America’s most trusted brands you can’t go wrong!

For the adventurer in all of us.

SureFire G2X Pro Review

Are you an avid hiker, hunter or survivalist? If so then the Surefire G2X Pro is a light that will be well worth your time. It has more than enough power to illuminate anything in its path and comes with two settings: high output for long-range visibility or low setting which allows extended run times. This means it’s perfect for those who enjoy outdoor activities but want lighting without having to worry about battery life (or running out of batteries). The rugged construction gives this device durability while still maintaining sleekness; however I wouldn’t recommend carrying one as an EDC item unless you’re comfortable with something on the larger side!

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