SureFire X300V WL/IR

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Running night vision sometimes calls for special equipment in addition to the night vision goggles themselves. When running pistols with NODs, red dot optics like the Trijicon RMR and Leupold DeltaPoint Pro are hugely advantageous. Likewise, an IR illuminator attached to the pistol is almost equally important.

The SureFire X300V is the perfect light for white light and no-light purposes. The head of the light is rotatable to toggle between WL, OFF, and IR modes. In white light mode, the light outputs 350 lumens. The X300V fits standard X300U holsters, but you will need to tighten the retention on the holster a little extra.

Suppressed G19 with a SureFire Ryder, Trijicon Suppressor Height Sights, and the X300V to top it off.

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X300V-B WeaponLight; Battery Cover; Battery Cover Retaining Pin; Universal Cross-member (marked “U,” installed); Picatinny Cross-member (marked “P”); Two 123A Batteries.

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Feature list:
– Virtually indestructible white-light and infrared LEDs regulated to maximize output and runtime
– TIR lens shapes white or IR output into a focused beam with ample reach and surround light for close- to medium-range applications
– Securely attaches to either a pistol or long gun via its T-slot thumbscrew clamp
– On-the-fly bezel switching between white-light, infrared, and disable mode; no IR filter required
– Integral ambidextrous momentary- and constant-on switching

View the User Manual HERE.

OUTPUTWhite: 350 lumens
Infrared: 120mW / 860 nm
RUNTIME*White: 2.5 hours
Infrared: 16.75 hours
DISTANCE225 meters
FINISHHard Anodized (MIL-A-8625 Type III, Class 2)
WEIGHT (w/ batteries)4.0 oz (113 g)
LENGTH4.0 in (10.0 cm)
BEZEL DIAMETER1.06 in (2.7 cm)
BATTERIESTwo 123A lithium (incl.)
SWITCHINGAmbidextrous push/toggle
LIQUID INGRESS PROTECTIONIPX7, Submersion up to one meter for 30 minutes
*Continuous hours until output drops to 10% of normal output

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Adding and Removing Your Pistol Light – What holster do you need? – Help – T.REX ARMS

I’m new to guns, which holster should I get? – Help – T.REX ARMS

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