Rogers/SureFire—Created for small, very bright flashlights. The handgun is held in the standard two-handed combat grip, and the tail cap activated light is held between the index and middle fingers. Also called the "syringe" technique. Pros: Rapid deployment from holster. Good beam alignment. Two-handed weapon support. Cons: Only works with small tail cap-activated lights. Sympathetic contraction can cause accidental discharge. Light positioned at shooter's center mass.