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Giveaway: SureFire P2X Fury Intellibeam

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Giveaway: SureFire P2X Fury Intellibeam

Update: Congrats to Dane G, winner of this week's giveaway! Thanks to everyone who entered. Stay tuned for more giveaways here on EverydayCarry.com.

A flashlight is one of the best things you can add to your everyday carry, and we've got just the thing to add some power to your pocket. The best part? We're giving it away for free! This week, we're giving one lucky reader an intelligent tactical flashlight, brought to you by our sponsor, SureFire. You know the name. They've been making some of the hardest-use flashlights and tactical equipment for nearly 40 years, gear designed for the harshest conditions and professions.

The Prize Up For Grabs

1 x SureFire P2X Fury Intellibeam ($229.00 Value)

We had this to say about the P2X Fury:

The Intellibeam system takes the P2X's 15 to 600-lumen range and adjusts its output to match your environment. An intelligent sensor and microprocessor in the light continuously scopes out your surroundings, and with a single click of its tail switch delivers just the brightness you need. Thanks to this system, the P2X will never activate on full power when you're in close quarters, and even saves you time fiddling with the light's interface to get to a suitable brightness when in use.

How to Enter

We're running the giveaway here on the site for a week, until 12:00pm EST on Friday, December 23rd. Make sure you're logged in, and find the full details and entry requirements by clicking on the button below. Good luck everyone, and carry on!

This contest has ended.

This contest is sponsored by SureFire.

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Discussion (3 total)

Kenny Carsey ·
Does anyone know what the phone holster next to the flashlight in the first picture is? Looks like a nice little belt mouted or mole mounted holder that would hold a phone and maybe a writing pad. Any ideas?
Bruce Maczko ·
Awesome light.
Paul Tobeck ·
Nice! Entered...