SureFire Releases Limited-Edition Freedom Alliance 25th Anniversary Flashlight

SureFire has produced the first ever commemorative flashlight celebrating Freedom Alliance’s 25th anniversary.

It is a limited-edition 500 max lumens flashlight featuring red, silver, and blue coloring in a stars-and-stripes motif; Freedom Alliance’s bald eagle logo; and each flashlight is inscribed with the signature of Freedom Alliance Founder Lt. Colonel Oliver North USMC (retired) and engraved with an individual serial number for collection purposes.

A portion of all proceeds from the sales of these collectable flashlights will be donated by SureFire to Freedom Alliance to support the organization’s mission of providing college scholarships to the children of wounded and fallen heroes of America’s Armed Forces.

SureFire is proud to support Freedom Alliance and what it does for the sons and daughters of these great Americans.” said Jeff Barger, VP of Commercial Sales and Marketing. “Producing this commemorative flashlight is our way of honoring Freedom Alliance’s 25 years of service while also giving back to these children and making sure that their parents’ sacrifices are not forgotten.

The Freedom Alliance 25th Anniversary flashlight is based on SureFire’s P2X Fury. Like the Fury, its LED produces two useful output levels—a 500-lumen beam and a 15-lumen beam for tasks that don’t require as much light—both of which are controlled by a click-on/off tailcap switch. A precision reflector smoothes and shapes the light at either level into a beam. The blue and red coloring on the 25th Anniversary light is both decorative and protective—it is Mil-Spec hard anodizing.

The Commemorative Flashlight has an MSRP of $239, is available directly from SureFire, and will begin shipping in May of 2015.  Preorders are currently being accepted at, and orders placed before April 30th qualify for free shipping. This is a limited-edition item, so once supplies are gone it will no longer be available.

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  • Vitsaus

    …. and people say Americans are tacky…

  • Swarf

    Cool, you can carry it wearing your American flag cowboy shirt, board shorts and Crocs while mauing down on pizza from an American flag pizza box.

    How many other ways will so-called patriots figure out to disrespect the flag?

    Little American flag insulin syringes?

    • Vitsaus

      You said it.

  • Don Ward

    I was hoping the price would be a Buck-oh-Five.

  • sam

    I don’t mean to be unpatriotic, but the eagle looks derpy.