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Surefire, XC2 Weaponlight, Pistol, 300 Lumen LED, Light/Laser Combo, Black
Surefire, XC2 Weaponlight, Pistol, 300 Lumen LED, Light/Laser Combo, Black
Surefire, XC2 Weaponlight, Pistol, 300 Lumen LED, Light/Laser Combo, Black

Surefire, XC2 Weaponlight, Pistol, 300 Lumen LED, Light/Laser Combo, Black

Regular price $366.00 Sale

The XC2 is SureFire’s smallest, most lightweight handgun light with an integrated laser. It features a recoil-proof LED that’s focused by a multi-faceted reflector to create our broad 300-lumen MaxVision Beam perfect for illuminating and identifying threats at close range. The XC2’s 635nm red laser is highly visible and, once zeroed, rarely needs re-zeroing thanks to adjustment screws that won’t back out from the effects of recoil. Measuring less than 2.5 inches long and weighing just two ounces, the XC2 won’t weigh down your handgun, making it a crucial addition to concealed-carry pistols among other applications. Its compact body is constructed of lightweight but strong aerospace aluminum with a Mil-Spec hard anodized finish, so the XC2 is rugged enough for everyday carry. Ambidextrous switching provides both momentary-and constant-on activation for precision control.

Features
  • Lightweight and ultra-compact; great for concealed carry
  • Securely attaches to most Universal-rail-equipped handguns
  • Integrated ambidextrous momentary and constant-on switching
  • Improved constant-on activation by tapping either one of the momentary switches. To turn off, simply tap either one of the momentary switches again
  • Rechargeable AAA NiMH battery (included); accessed from front-facing battery compartment
  • Gasket sealed; weatherproof
Max Output -- White Light 300 lumens | 0.5 hours*
Max Output -- Laser <5mW 635 nm | Class IIIa
Length 2 .46 inches
Bezel Diameter 0 .375 inches
Weight w/Batteries 2 .1 ounces
Batteries 1 AAA NiMH Rechargeable
*All performance claims tested to ANSI/NEMA FL1-2009 Standard. *Runtime and output will be reduced when using a lithium or alkaline battery