SureFire X300 Ultra LED WeaponLight (Black)

SureFire X300 Ultra LED WeaponLight (Black)

SureFire X300 Ultra LED WeaponLight (Black)

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  • 600-Lumen Output
  • White LED Emitter
  • 1.125" Diameter Bezel
  • TIR Pre-Focused Fixed Beam
  • Momentary and Constant-On Modes
  • Fits Picatinny/Weaver Rails
  • Quick Attach/Detach Rail-Lock Clamp
  • Type III Anodized Aluminum Housing
  • Runs on Two CR123A Batteries
  • Made in USA
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  • 1Description

SureFire's black X300 Ultra LED WeaponLight is a single 600-lumen output LED light with the quick attach/detach Rail-Lock clamping mount that fits any Picatinny/Weaver rail and makes this weaponlight compatible with almost any pistol, rifle, or shotgun. For non-railed handguns, SureFire offers a wide range of optional adapters that enable integration with the X300. The factory-focused Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens concentrates the beam for optimal brightness while maximizing throw distance. A push/toggle switch is accessible from both sides and allows one-touch operation of momentary activation and constant-on modes. The lightweight aluminum housing is anodized to make it corrosion and abrasion-resistant, and gasket sealed for weatherproof performance. The X300 provides up to 90 minutes of constant brightness on two CR123 batteries.

  • 600-lumen output
  • White LED emitter
  • Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens system produces a smooth pre-focused beam without holes or hotspots and optimized for a long throw
  • Location: Tailcap
  • Type: Ambidextrous toggle switch
  • Momentary and constant-on activation
  • Push switch forward for momentary, flip switch up or down for constant-on
  • Lightweight aluminum alloy
  • Scratch and corrosion-resistant black Type III hard-anodized finish
  • Integrated Picatinny/Weaver rail mount
  • Rapid attach/detach Rail-Lock system for tool-less installation
  • Anti-reflection coated, scratch and impact-resistant tempered glass window
UPC: 084871319065
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SureFire X300 Ultra LED WeaponLight (Black)
  • 2 x CR123A Batteries
  • Universal / Picatinny Rail Adapter Set
  • Hex Wrench
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    SureFire X300 Ultra specs

    Illumination Source White LED emitter
    Output Range 600 lumens
    Battery 2 x 123A lithium
    Runtime 1.75 h, max
    Mount Picatinny/Weaver Rail-Lock
    Construction Aluminum alloy
    Weatherproofing O-ring sealed, weatherproof
    Dimensions Bezel: 1.125" / 2.857 cm
    Length: 3.6" / 9.1 cm
    Weight 4.0 oz / 113.4 g, with battery
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.8 x 4.7 x 1.6"

    SureFire X300 Ultra reviews

    X300 Ultra LED WeaponLight (Black) is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 29.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ultra-bright, tough, worth it Use on both CQB long guns and pistols. Rugged, compact, reliable, brighter than any light in its class by a large margin. Large hot spot with huge spill, ideal for CQB. Will NOT blind you indoors unless you shine it directly into a mirror and look straight at it. WILL briefly blind anyone you point it at. Included switching is a bit stiff. Might loosen up with use but I bought the tape switch for use with long guns and the DG grip switch for pistols, which work great. Bezel is a bit bigger and longer than original X300 so there may be some holster compatibility issues. I was able to easily modify some holsters (Safariland ALS) to fit, even with the DG switch. Highly recommended, current top of the line CQB weapon light.
    Date published: 2012-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light as a Weapon After trying this fellow out on both a G19 and an AR15, I have to say it far exceeds my expectations. I played around with some other weapon lights but this guy is in its own class.It mounts on my G4 G19 like it was designed specifically for the gun. A rock solid perfect fit. On the AR, it clings fiercely to a short rail I mounted on my Magpul handguard. Again, a smooth integrated look and feel.So is it too much of anything? Only price, perhaps, but given that it works fine as a single-output 500 lumen flashlight, I guess that makes it more than a regular Surefire.There are a couple ways to judge the brightness since that is a question often asked. For starters, is there too much light? Is that possible? Of course it is, but in this case, unless you are staring into your own weapon light, or hit a mirror at point blank, the amount of light all good for several reasons, and an integrated light makes it even better. But keep in mind this light is ONLY 500 lumens. There are many far brighter lights out there, so while high lumens for a small weapon light, it is still just a flashlight.First, once you crank on a weapon light of any flavor, you are kissing your night vision goodbye. Once gone, you then need the light to see so the winner here is more light.Second, when someone is on the business end of this light, it helps prevent the good guy from being an easy target. I tried it myself. When facing down this light, you cannot see squat! Just a huge ball of light far larger than a person. And that's if you have good eyes. Add any maladies to the eyes and it only gets worse with flair etc. Lesser lights make nice targets for the enemy.Third, If you cannot see, you should not shoot. Lasers are great within their high level of limitations, but in the dark, you cannot see with a laser, only point with one so you have to have light. And lots of it!Forth, the light and gun are a combo. Pointing one points the other. Some think this is not ideal given that you have to point the muzzle towards anything in order to see it. To me, that's the point! I can imagine any number of reasons why you would only have one hand available. Got a crying toddler in the other, injury, operating windows, doors car keys, peering through small openings, sneaking around corners, clinging to something with one hand, dropping your stuff in a fall or fight (first you gotta find your flashlight before you can look for your gun), and always when under stress, having only one thing to locate and operate is much less than half what it takes to find and operate two things.4.5, Personally, I think much of the concern of having too much light is because experience with a flashlight often requires doing other tasks with a flashlight in hand. The close work under bright lights is a real problem. Trying to read a map under 500 lumens is impossible until you move the light far enough away, or putting a few fingers over the light (don't get burned), but I'd much rather have that problem then squinting into shadows.Fifth, if you have to hit someone with the light, it frees up your other hand for defense while preserving you ability use your last resort if necessary and with the same hand.And finally, take this baby outdoors and you've got a hundred feet or two of brightly lit up territory to survey. The lower lumen light might still be usable in confined urban areas, but beyond that, you need a car headlight or a Surefire x300 Ultra!My only complaint about this light is how easy you can pulse the light. It takes a soft touch pushing the switch in (not up or down) and I find I can easily do this accidentally and when removing the gun from a case.
    Date published: 2012-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its a Surefire! Surefire makes excellent flashlights & weaponlights. This is my second weapon light and man it is bright! I also own an X300 (not to be confused with the X300 Ultra). It is for my HD weapon in a gun safe. I also own three other Surefire flashlights. They are all extremely well constructed and well designed. The X300 Ultra fits all my Glocks like they were custom made for a Glock. They are a very secure fit - no worry about the weapon light coming loose. I particularly like the momentary ON by pressing the switch from either side. It works for righties and lefties. It's stiff enough so as not to be turned ON by accident. The constant ON is a simple push of the lever - up or down - from either side.
    Date published: 2013-02-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Value I use this light on my Glock 34 along with the DG grip switch and am very satisfied with it. The central beam is very powerful and the peripheral brightness is as good or brighter than any hand-held flashlight I've used. I don't know why anyone would buy the older and lower-brightness X-300 model, since the Ultra costs only about 13% more. It's also nice that the light comes with additional mounting hardware to allow attachment to picatinny rails. I have not tested this light in the field as I just received it three days ago. But based on my initial hands-on inspection and from my prior research, I am confident it will perform flawlessly in the field. So far, the only bad part about buying this item was the 2+ month wait time to receive it.
    Date published: 2013-01-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bright as daylight I upgraded to the X300 Ultra from the X200 which I believe was only around 90-100 lumens. The X300 is 500 lumens and WOW does it make a difference! I live on farm land and this light is used on my rifle. It lights up a good 50 yards ahead of me and it gives enough light for another 15-20 yards of useful light beyond 50 yards. I love Surefire products and I know that they are slightly pricier than other brands but the build quality is immaculate. I feel that the light pattern and quality of the beam are solid. No dead spots and no projection of the LED module in the light beam. The X200 I own has a very distinct square shaped beam with slight shadows in the corners on it. The X300 Ultra is a huge step up in light beam quality and performance. B&H by far had the cheapest price on this quality product. I scoured the web for cheaper prices and no less than 6 local gun shops. No one came close to B&H in price.
    Date published: 2014-03-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Powerful and Holsterable Flashlight When I took my Glock into the shop to have it worked on, the guy commented on the brightness of it. The main reason I purchased it though was due to its compatibility with the Armordillo holsters which attach to it rather than the firearm. This allows the upper portion of the firearm to be modified at will without worry about whether or not it can be carried. Obviously, the flashlight is expensive, but considering it is the only part that is attached to the holster, I was willing to pay good money to have something solid.
    Date published: 2017-03-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent home defense or tactical light This light is extremely easy to install (the tool is included), it is ambidextrous and very simple to use. The light produced is extremely bright and will disorient and temporarily blind someone, careful where you direct the beam you can easily blind yourself.
    Date published: 2012-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bright & durable. Great gun light. I Love this flashlight, fits my M&P 9 like a glove, super bright. And built to withstand the rigors of continuous recoil, that constant training demands.
    Date published: 2017-03-28
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