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Renowned for its power, the M6

Guardian is SureFire's brightest star. Dazzling white light bursts forth from the 500 lumen high-pressure Xenon lamp, illuminating targets far away. How far? Try outer space.

Renowned for its power, the M6

Guardian is SureFire's brightest star. Dazzling white light bursts forth from the 500 lumen high-pressure Xenon lamp, illuminating targets far away. How far? Try outer space.

The M6 Guardian is so bright that Special Forces used it with an infrared filter to signal an orbiting satellite during clandestine missions behind enemy lines, calling for extraction.

The secret to the Guardian's incredible brightness is a special magazine of batteries which allowed SureFire engineers to boost the horsepower of the Xenon lamp to such an extreme level. Normal flashlights stack batteries in a series, but the M6 magazine holds two sets of three batteries, six altogether, arrayed in a parallel circuit. The parallel circuit allows us to drive the M6 up to 500 lumens and still obtain a 20 minute runtime.

The battery magazine is interchangeable with the M500AB WeaponLight (shown above in an exploded drawing).A battery magazine is just one of the many examples of SureFire's cool science at work.

ACCESSORIES

high-output lamp ultra highoutput lamp

MN10

MN1S

MNBO

MN20

high-output lamp ultra highoutput lamp

MN10

MN11

MN1S

MN1B

MNBO

MNB1

MN20

MN21

led conversion led conversion

KL3/KLS

turbohead conversion turbohead conversion

KT1-HA

KT4-HA

red filter

FMBS

FM2S

FM2S

FM2S

blue filter

FMBB

FM2B

FM2B

FM2B

ir filter

FMB3

FM23

FM23

FM23

diffusion filter

FMB4

FM24

FM24

FM24

opaque cover opaque cover

FMB7

FM27

FM27

FM27

click-on tailcap click-on tailcap

click-on tailcap

lanyard system spares carrier holsters lanyard system

spares carrier

holsters

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