Our Surefire Pocket Clip is designed as a simple way to add a functional, durable pocket clip to your one-inch body Surefire flashlight. Just remove the tailcap, batteries and o-ring seal from your light and carefully slip the pocket clip down over the threads. Then re-assemble your light and you're ready to carry. Each clip comes with a handy finger ring, or you can use any lanyard you'd like on the built in lanyard loop.
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Posted by Tom on 21st Apr 2017
I really wanted to like this as I love my surefire lights and they've discontinued their ring. I'll get right to the point - they leave the ring that goes around the light split so you can put the included rubber finger loop in. When I tighten the tail cap down the clips' loop opens and gets pushed out. When I tried to clip it into my pocket it pops out even more. It needs to be welded closed.. Not sure what I'm going to do as it is unusable to me like this.
Posted by John on 17th Feb 2017
I'm almost glad surefire doesn't make a clip for their P2X themselves, because there's no way it'd be as good as this one.
This clip is STIFF. It is so well made you'll probably have difficulty getting it over your pocket. It easily holds the light in any pocket, even when sitting. It is also shaped very well and looks ultra-natural on the light-- like it was supposed to be there all along!
The clip's attachment ring that goes around the light body does have a slight break in it, which is how the O-ring got in there. It's nothing more than a 10 cent rubber ring, but does it's job nicely and snags on literally nothing. A good replacement for it is a length of paracord, etc.
If I were to buy more surefire P2X/G2X lights, I would absolutely add this clip over any other.
Posted by Rod on 3rd Feb 2017
This is an excellent add on to my surefire G2 flashlight. It keeps it right where I need it for quick deployment. A must have if you don't have one.
Posted by Yatesy on 30th Jan 2017
I don't use a firearm so I can't comment on the tactical aspect of this, all I can say is it's a quality item, fits my Surefire P2X Fury perfectly and the service was excellent, I'm in the UK and received it within a week.
Makes me wonder why Surefire don't make something similar?
Posted by Unknown on 15th Dec 2016
Installed on a P2X Fury without issue. Added functionality and ability to use the pocket shield was a nice upgrade. Tried the same on a P3X but the diameter is slightly too large and prevents the tailcap from screwing down enough. Sent an email to support a few days ago but have not heard back.
Posted by John on 8th Dec 2016
I only carry SureFire flashlight's. Some lights don't come with a pocket clip. There are times when you want to EDC a flashlight and I has no clip. I don't like a flashlight rolling around in my pocket. Your new clip fixes all that and has a lanyard ring to use when shooting with the light and needing to reloading the lanyard ring keeps the light in your hand while reloading. Great product that really enhances your EDC.
Posted by Jim on 14th Oct 2016
I was looking for a pocket clip for my surefire to make it easier to carry and this definitely fits the bill. It seems very robust (I've only had it a week or so) but that will be validated over the long term.
the finger ring is comfortable to both use and to carry in a pocket. I have not had it snag on anything yet and I snag stuff A LOT.
Posted by NDJames on 7th Oct 2016
Just what I needed for my G2X LE EDC. Needed a clip desperately and all others have been either too bulky, made it so constant on didn't work or not dependable and flimsy. This worked better than I could have expected.
Posted by Yosef F on 7th Oct 2016
Fits perfectly on my Surefire P2X Fury Tactical. Construction seems very strong and sturdy.
Posted by E. Alan Normandy on 15th Aug 2016
There is no such thing as too many flashlights! As such, my Surefire 6X Defender desperately needed a clip, as to all of older 6Ps that I upgraded with Cree LED lamps. These are exactly what they needed. Easy to install, well-priced, and sturdy. You cannot go wrong with these.
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