I think I like flashlights almost as much as knives (almost is the key word). I am very particular about flashlights that I purchase and have always wanted a very bright light, like a Surefire or any other tactical light.
The Surefire G2X Pro is a polymer-bodied (Nitrolon) version of the 6PX Pro. It is the replacement for the G2 LED, now discontinued, and heir apparent to the standard G2. We put it through the paces at SurvivalCache to see if it lived up to the SureFire name.
Whether you bug in or bug out, lighting resources are an essential gear item. If I ever go to the poor house it will be because I have spent too much on knives, guns, and lights. I have a bunch of these items, some good, some bad, and some outright worthless.
At SurvivalCache we are always looking for the latest Survival Gear to review and possibly add to our Bug Out Bag, EDC, Emergency Home Kit, or Emergency Car Kit. We recently came across the SureFire LX2 Flashlight and let’s just say that we were impressed.
To close out the epic Survival Shotgun series Mr. Smashy was gracious enough to give us a full rundown of his personal survival shotgun, complete with lots of pictures, gear recommendations, load ideas, and training tips. Feel free to be jealous.
Although the shotgun does a great job on it’s own, there are some accessories that will greatly improve your capability. People like to load up their guns with a lot of accessories that add weight but not much functionality. Here are 4 accessories you actually need:
The concept of tactical illumination has been around for a while, but only in recent years have the tools been widely available for individuals not affiliated with law enforcement or military. Many manufactures offer tactical flashlights, so let’s examine an entry level light by a premier manufacturer: the SureFire G2