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Posted: 8/27/2004 3:36:21 PM EST
My firefighter girlfriend keeps a G-2 in the pocket of her bunker gear and the switch keeps getting depressed and runs the battery down. I was wondering if there is a lock out tail cap that will keep the light off till you need it on?

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Link Posted: 8/27/2004 3:51:21 PM EST
The G2Z tailcaps can lockout, and matck for color and material with the G2. Also, any other 6P, C2, M2, etc. "Classic" size tailcap will work for the G2. I've got a Z49 clickie on mine, plus the new Z58(?) clickie without the shroud will work. HTH.

-Randy
Link Posted: 8/27/2004 4:00:36 PM EST

The G2Z tailcaps can lockout, and matck for color and material with the G2.



The G2Z tailcap will not work on G2. A dealer showed me that it is different and won't fit.

I think you are right that the other tailcaps will fit the G2.
Link Posted: 8/27/2004 4:20:57 PM EST

Originally Posted By SG688:

The G2Z tailcaps can lockout, and matck for color and material with the G2.



The G2Z tailcap will not work on G2. A dealer showed me that it is different and won't fit.

I think you are right that the other tailcaps will fit the G2.



That dealer was somewhat misinformed... they are different, one locks out and the other doesn't. The LOTC is longer, but they are totally intrerchangeable.

Scoll down and see the pic in this thread.

BTW, the Z58 I mentioned earlier is HA_Nat, the Black HA version is the Z59.

-Randy
Link Posted: 8/27/2004 4:34:04 PM EST
Well....the one HE had wouldn't fit!! I'm certainly happy if it does interchange. Didn't make any sense except to prevent us from changing non-lock out with an inexpensive lock out tail cap.
Link Posted: 8/28/2004 12:02:00 AM EST
The G2Z LockOut TailCaps I have do NOT fit nor, function correctly on the G2's I have.
However, SureFire Clickie TailCaps fit and function and LockOut.

Link Posted: 8/28/2004 4:42:30 PM EST
Will the Z58 and Z59 also work as momentary switches if you don't push the button far enough to "click" the button?

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Link Posted: 8/28/2004 5:16:14 PM EST
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