Fact Sheet: SureFire 6RT Rechargeable Flashlight

SureFire 6RT Turbo-Head Rechargeable Flashlight

The SureFire 6RT Turbo-Head flashlight is a modified version of the 6R equipped with a 3 inch diameter reflector/head assembly.  This assembly, identified as the T4, is machined from a solid 3 inch diameter bar of aluminum and is specially designed to provide a focused, long reaching beam.

The 6RT uses the N4 lamp assembly, consisting of the lamp from the R90 mounted into a new assembly, and offers the same output and runtime as the 6R. The difference is that the Turbo-Head focuses the light into a much narrower beam.

The T4 Turbo-Head accessory and N4 lamp assembly were made available for purchase separately as an upgrade for owners of the 6R.

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Fact Sheet: SureFire 6R Rechargeable Flashlight

SureFire 6R Rechargeable Flashlight

The SureFire 6R is a rechargeable version of the 6P Classic.  Equipped with the removable A14 body extender the 6R provides the ability to operate with two lithium primary batteries or the longer B65 Ni-Cad battery stick.

Regardless of battery choice the SureFire 6R uses the R60 lamp assembly designed for slightly lower output than the P60 while providing extended lamp life.  Due to its common design with the P-series lights, the 6R is able to use many of the same accessories as the 6P and 9P Classic.

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Fact Sheet: SureFire 6PT Turbo-Head Flashlight

SureFire 6PT Turbo-Head

The SureFire 6PT Turbo-Head flashlight is a modified version of the 6P Classic equipped with a 3 inch diameter reflector/head assembly.  This assembly, identified as the T1, is machined from a solid 3 inch diameter bar of aluminum and is specially designed to provide a focused, long reaching beam.

The 6PT uses the N1 lamp assembly, consisting of the lamp from the P60 mounted into a new assembly, and offers the same output and runtime as the 6P Classic. The difference is that the Turbo-Head focuses the light into a much narrower beam.

The T1 Turbo-Head accessory and N1 lamp assembly were made available for purchase separately as an upgrade for owners of the 6P Classic.

SureFire 6PT Turbo-Head Flashlight

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Fact Sheet: SureFire 6P Classic

SureFire 6P Classic

The SureFire 6P Classic, followed by its bigger brother the 9P, was the first of the P-series lights.  Taking advantage of its modular design, the 6P could be easily reconfigured into rechargeable and Turbo-Head versions.

During much of its production life the light was simply called the SureFire 6P.  The terms “Classic” and “Round Body” are used today to distinguish these early versions from the later  models which have hexagonal bezels.

SureFire 6P Classic

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Fact Sheet: SureFire 3P Classic

SureFire 3P

The SureFire 3P is a shorter 3-volt version of the more common 6P Classic equipped with a Hi-Pressure Xenon lamp assembly capable of producing 15 lumens.  The 3P was later phased out in favor of the E-series lights introduced by SureFire.

The SureFire 3P was touted as a small, compact, low-cost, easy to carry general utility light that could be used by anyone.

SureFire 3P

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Fact Sheet: SureFire 6C

The SureFire 6C was the first compact high intensity flashlight designed to use lithium primary batteries.  The was powered on and off by twisting the bezel, which controlled the power sent to the 6LF lamp assembly.

The 6C was shorter than the similar 6P Classic and but had a flat tail with a lanyard attachment point.

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