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When I got my Surefire from ebay, i was very happy with this tool of illumination, though not very happy with the price of its equipment. So i ...
- a Surefire or similar lamp - some weldingg wire - some (combination) pliers (not in this Picture) Remove tailcap and batteries.
Bend the wire around the lower part of the lamp, below the rubber gasket or grommet-thing.
Bend one end about 90 degree and cut the other one off, so that it looks like shown in the picture below. Now you may need the pliers ...
You can now remove the ring and blacken it with a lighter or paint it the color of your lamp. When done, attach it to the lamp again ...
Take some paracord, cordstoppers and two nice knots and you have a nice and cheap lanyard, looking quite the same as the ones you get at the Surefire ...
Thats it, a nice and easy to handle lamp always at hand and unlosable, too! Have FUN!
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