GT Price Flashlight - 2 Cell Dark Green Right Angle Light with Belt Clip and Ring Hanger - Model No. MX-991/U (c. 1963)
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GT Price 2 Cell Dark Green Right Angle Light with Belt Clip and Ring Hanger   GT Price 2 Cell Dark Green Right Angle Light with Belt Clip and Ring Hanger




Value: $5.00
Manufacturer: GT Price
Mfgr. Model #: MX-991/U
Circa: 1963
Battery: 2D
Style: Right Angle



Online Since: 8/16/2005
FM Reference #: GT00005
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  alex
i got this from my grandfather who has so much stuff, he does not know what to do with it. it came with only one red color pads and i know there was two other colors, green and blue. where do i get the other color pads?
Jun 19, 2013 - 7:10 PM
  James
I need the lite bulbs for my gt price mx99iaJ
Sep 3, 2011 - 12:36 PM
  Adam T Griffith
my father gave me his GT Price(MX-991/U) Field flashlight which he used in vietnam. it has all the colored lenses. if i was to sell it, what would it be worth? and my grandfather had stainless steel silverware that saids 'US' on the handle. how much is any of this worth?
Aug 7, 2011 - 7:52 AM
  HJS
The Fulton light was inferior to the GT Price light. Nobody in my unit wanted a Fulton version. They would return to the supply depot and demand a Price light. I once called GT Price and George Price himself spoke with me. He was very kind and sent me a box of sample Price lights which I shared with my fellow Marines.
HJS
United States Marine Corps.
May 28, 2011 - 7:41 PM
  paul mervyn
I recently bought a G.T. Price MX-991/U on EBAY ( early one with no switch guard ). I got it dirt cheap as it was described as faulty and not working , so I figured that I may be able to get it going. When it arrived , it was indeed not switching on , but after a little spray on the switch with WD-40 and sliding it back and forth many , many times , hey presto ! I reckon the contacts were a little corroded and the constant rubbing eventually wore off the corrosion to make a contact.
Definitely worth a try.
Feb 11, 2011 - 11:16 AM
  T. Tarani
Does anyone one have some insight as to why the MX-991/U made by GT Price works fantastic, as the light beam works like a far distance spotlight...but the exact same MX-991/U made by Fulton does not?

The Fulton just works like any other hum-drum flashlight with only close-up light illumination with just a wide blurry circle of light.

Is there another current manufacturer of this model MX-99/U flashlight that anyone knows about who manufactures it exactly like GT Price Products did with the far distance spotlight beam effect?
Nov 14, 2010 - 1:25 AM
  Lonnie Fredrickson
I am interested in purchasing this for my collection. Contact if still for sale or maybe send a link to possible others. Much appreciate your time
stingerartist1@aol.com Thanks, Lonnie
Sep 14, 2010 - 5:56 PM
  cjstuff
Contacts in the end-cap are for testing continuity or for providing test voltage to a piece of phone equipment. GT Price wasn't the only company making lights like this. For example, Eveready, among others, made a series of industrial lights that had jacks for leads to permit the flashlight to be used as a temporary power source. Usually, though, you see this feature in a Bright Star or Fulton / GT Price / etc. military-style light that was manufactured for Bell System use.
Aug 19, 2010 - 3:42 PM
  scott
i recently acquired a g.t. price bell systems flash light its teal blue with white end caps but this one had 2 holes in the battery cap with a pin in the center is this for some old telephone application or is it a feature to use rechargeable batteries i have looked on the net and have found none with the holes in the end cap formerly being in the military i have used this style flashlight for years and have never seen any with the contacts in the end cap im just curious what they are for ??????????????????????
Aug 17, 2010 - 10:55 PM
  Tech
I have a MX-991/U With switch guard. Still works pretty good (lights up on-demand and stays lit when tilted, upsidedown, ect). Bulb is still bright, temporary signal button works, switch is solid. I was given this a VERY long time ago (i believe it was my first flashlight). Need a new red lens tho, the one i had is MIA.
Jul 3, 2010 - 3:25 PM
  len parmet
does anyone know the current address and phone numbers of G.T. Price Products,Inc.?
Sep 5, 2009 - 1:26 PM
  Roger
I have a MX-991/U right angle flashlight. It does not work and I believe it is due to the turn-on switch. Does anyone know where a new switch could be purchased or what other possible reasons for the flashlight not working? Thank you.
Apr 4, 2009 - 3:22 PM
  marion
I have repared a light just like this it is a mx-212a/u you can grind the rivet heads off of the switch and remove the switch and repair or clean it and cement it back on with contact cement and will work ok.
Dec 21, 2008 - 7:54 PM
  trinity
Has anyone heard of a flashlight manufacturer called LA Screw Products?
Dec 19, 2008 - 1:04 PM
  Andy Tillman
I would like to know if there is away to date these flashlights. I have one with out the switch guard. Any information would be appreciated.
My e-mail is a.g.tillman@faipoint.net.
Thank you,
Nov 3, 2008 - 3:38 PM
  kyle
Ive had this flashlight for a long time now my dad gave it to me but he left the batteries in it and its know white in side from the acid i cleaned it out and tryed to wash it out and put knew batteries in it i also replaced to bulb but it still dosent work does any body know how to fix this problem my email is xkylex555@yahoo.com thanks
Dec 22, 2007 - 5:01 PM
  Pam Fleischer
I have my father's flashlight that is similar to this but not the right angle one, it's just a straight one, with different colors of lens caps. I have replaced the batteries and the bulb and it does not work, I guess that pretty much means the switch is the only thing that can be left that's not working...who can tell me how I can get this flashlight fixed, it has great sentimental value to me but I know it's not necessarily not worth all that much in the open market. Thank you.
Dec 21, 2007 - 2:55 PM
  James Nance
I have an MX-991/U without guards on the switch, made by "Bright Star". Just like the one above. Does anyone know when Bright Star made these?
May 31, 2007 - 3:36 PM
  George T. Price III
production of this flashlight made by G.T.Prices Products,Inc. was started in 1963. this notice is signed by George T. Price III, Founder and president of G.T.Price Products, Inc.
Dec 2, 2006 - 11:46 AM
  Anonymous Collector
U.S. Army Angle Head Flashlight MX-99/U MX-991/U

In the Vietnam era an improved plastic flashlight was introduced, the MX-99/U later upgraded to the MX-991/U. These flashlights were similar to the TL-122D (1940-1945), waterproof design with spare lenses and bulb in an extended base. Most of these are marked with either G.T. Price or Fulton as the manufacturer.
The MX-991/U continued in use with the nomenclature "FLASHLIGHT: electric, hand, 2-cell, w/lamp and lens filter, w/o batteries, type I class A (21108) MX991-U" with NSN 6230-00-264-8261. Sometimes it is just called "Flashlight, plastic" or "Flashlight, anglehead". At some point a switch guard was added to the design.

Lens filters are available in blue, green, amber, red, blackout and diffusion to adapt to different conditions. The screw-on base, below the battery compartment spring, holds a spare bulb and below that spare lenses, in two sections that join together with screw threads. The flashlight is 8 inches long by 3 inches across the angle head. The tube diameter is 1 3/4 inches. The light is powered by two "D" cell batteries.
Aug 18, 2006 - 7:09 AM
  Anonymous
This is a vietnam til present era G.I flashlight.
Oct 1, 2005 - 9:06 PM


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