SureFire X300 Ultra Series LED WeaponLights with TIR Lens
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- Special off-white high-performance LED produces 500 lumens biased in the yellowish-green spectrum optimal for human vision
- Precision TIR lens creates a smooth, tight beam with enough surround light for peripheral illumination
- Integral, ergonomic one-finger ambidextrous momentary and constant on switching
- Instantly attaches to both Universal and Picatinny accessory rails
- Accepts optional pressure-activated switches for precision control without altering grip on weapon
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Rail-Lock mounting system allows rapid attachment to both Universal & Picatinny rails
Powered by 2 Surefire 123A Lithium Batteries (included)
- 10-year shelf life.
- Wide temperature tolerance.
- Built-in heat and fault (short-circuit) protection.
- Batteries are Made in the USA to SureFire specifications.
SureFire X300 ULTRA
Ultra-high-output LED Weaponlight
SureFire's X300 Ultra delivers a stunning 600 lumens of output. This bright beam is focused by a precision TIR lens, giving you a tight, far reaching beam with the power to temporarily impair an adversary’s vision and to positively identify and accurately engage threats at a significant distance, plus sufficient peripheral illumination for maintaining situational awareness. This Rugged, versatile illumination tool easily secures to the Picatinny and Universal rails found on many handguns, and will fit many popular rail-less handguns by using SureFire’s MR adapter mounts.
- Special high-performance LED produces 600 lumens of blinding light
- Precision TIR lens creates a focused high-intensity beam with enough surround light for peripheral illumination
- Integral, ergonomic one-finger ambidextrous momentary - and constant -on switching
- Construction: High-strength aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec hard anodized for extreme durability
- Accepts optional DG pistol grip and XT07 remote long gun tape switches
- Integral Rail-Lock mounting system offers rapid attachment to and removal from either Universal or Picatinny rails, or by using SureFire's MR adapter mounts
- Weatherproof O-ring and gasket sealed
Rail-Lock Mounting System
Offers rapid attachment to and removal from either Universal or Picatinny rails.
Integral one-finger ambidextrous momentary and constant-on switching.
Precision TIR Lens
Creates a focused high-intensity beam with enough surround light for peripheral illumination, perfect for close to longer-range applications.
Aerospace Aluminum Body
High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard anodized for extreme durability.
Guaranteed For Life
SureFire warrants that if you—our customer—purchase one of our products, and we determine that it is defective in material and/or workmanship during your lifetime, we will repair or replace it—no hassle!
Attaches to Universal and Picatinny Rails
The rugged X300 Ultra with its Rail-Lock mounting system attaches securely to the Universal and Picatinny rails (fitting more models than ever before) found on most handguns, and it will fit many popular rail-less handguns by using SureFire’s MR adapter mounts (sold separately).
600 Lumens of intense beam provides extensive peripheral illumination for maintaining situational awareness.
Color: Black | Style Name: Rail-Lock Mount
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However, had a very hard time sliding it over my Daniel Defense rail.
Actually had to file the plastic down (where it slides) for a perfect fit.
Kind of a pain in the butt, however saving a bunch of $ makes it worth it.
It's riding on a custom built 300 Blackout.
The other noticeable difference between the two is in the mounting system. Streamlight requires a tool of some kind (key, coin, knife, etc) to tighten the screw that secures the light to a rail, where as the Surefire system requires no tools at all. Further, I found that unless I used a large screwdriver to tighten the screw down significantly the Streamlight eventually worked its way loose while shooting. The Surefire is easily attached and removed from a weapon with no tools, and I never had any issues with it coming loose regardless of what weapon was used with the light. Overall the Surefire mounting system is a much more rugged design that is also a lot easier to use for attachment and removal.
Overall I was really surprised at how the Surefire stood out from the Streamlight. I didn't expect that the differences would be all that substantial and had never felt the Surefire was enough of a better light to justify almost twice the purchase cost. But after running both side-by-side I have to say I really feel that the Surefire light is a lot better design overall. The ergonomics of the switch are somewhat a matter a personal preference, but the differences in mounting really set the two apart from one another. I'd trust the Streamlight if I planned to mount a light to a handgun somewhat permanently so that I could tighten it enough to ensure it wouldn't come loose. But I tend to attach my lights and remove them pretty frequently, whether swapping the light to another weapon or removing the light for carry in a holster that is not light compatible. If you plan on doing that with much regularity then the Surefire mount is much more robust and reliable, and if you plan on mounting the light to a rifle at all then the Surefire is definitely the much more rugged design.
Its very bright but exactly what I was looking for. The connection is stable and sturdy, yet it removes with ease.
Excellent spot light with over flow.
I would recommend this over both the Glock OEM TAC Light and the Streamlight TLR-1 HL. The Glock light was just not bright enough and the TLR-1 HL didn't provide a Quick Release without having to unscrew or screw anything to tighten.