Surefire X300ua X300u-A Weapon Light 1000 Lumens Output White Led Light 213 Meters Beam Universal/Picatinny Rails Mount Black Anodized Aluminum

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Popular with law enforcement and military operators around the world, the Rail-Lock version our best-selling WeaponLight now delivers a stunning 1,000 lumens of LED-generated output. Focused by a precision TIR lens, it creates a far-reaching high-intensity beam with a larger center spot that is extremely effective combination for close- to medium-range engagements. You can count on the X300U-A to help you positively identify threats at significant distances while temporarily impairing your adversary's vision. It also provides extensive peripheral illumination for maintaining situational awareness. Ambidextrous switching provides one-finger control of momentary-on or constant-on activation. Its rugged, aerospace aluminum body is Mil-Spec hard anodized for scratch and corrosion resistance and sealed to make it weatherproof. It's also IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes.The X300U-A delivers a standard of excellence you can trust.The best-selling SureFire WeaponLight, now generating 1,000 lumens Rail-Lock system permits rapid attachment to and removal from rails on pistols or rifles Accessory switches for pistols and tape switch for long guns available. Activate without altering grip


Bulb TypeLED
ColorBlack Anodized
Filter ColorWhite
Head Diameter1.125"
Output1000 Lumens
Switch TypeToggle Switch
TypeWeapon Light
Weight4 oz
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    Surefire X300U

    Posted by Jacob on Mar 12th 2019

    Purchased for a Gucci Glock I’m putting together. Light locks down on the gun tightly, no movement and shooting doesn’t loosen up. The switch requires deliberate movement in order to engage it. Very bright, still prefer my Streamlight TLR1-HL. It doesn’t stick out as far beyond the barrel and the controls are easier to operate. The Streamlight TLR-1 HL is, apart from what I’ve listed above not all that different and it’s cheaper. Not going to get rid of the Surefire, not going to buy a second one either.

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