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UTG Xenon IRB Flashlight and Red Laser, 3 Functions, 16-Position Laser, Weaver Mount, Handheld

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  • Xenon flashlight and laser combo
  • 16-position adjustable/removable precision red laser (360-deg. position rotation)
  • 3-function flashlight: on, off, momentary
  • 23mm xenon IRB flashlight bulb
  • Push-button momentary flashlight
  • Twist-on switch flashlight
  • 6V flashlight
  • 126 max lumens flashlight
  • 70 mins. max battery operating time
  • 80cm @ 10m laser beam movement
  • 3R class laser
  • 2.5-3.1mW laser output power
  • 630-640nm laser wavelength
  • 15-20mm @ 15m laser beam diameter
  • 14-deg. F to 113-deg. F laser operating temp.
  • 80 mins. max laser battery operating time
  • 6000 hrs laser lifetime
  • 1.07" diameter
  • 7" long
  • 7.5 oz. (flashlight, laser & batteries)
  • Aluminum body
  • Incl. 2 CR123A batteries, 4 LR44 button batteries, remote pressure switches, slotted wrench, Allen wrench, 16-position rotating ring mount for laser & Weaver mount flashlight

This is an extremely versatile setup. The flashlight and laser can be separated, so you can hold the flashlight, too. Mount just the flashlight to your gun or put the laser on it, too. No matter how you mount the flashlight, the laser's mount rotates around the flashlight's body so you can position it anywhere.

Item Code: LELT-ZLP38 [PY-A-2730]
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By Timothy from USA on 2014-08-29
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Things I liked: Compact design leaves many options open for placement. Laser works perfectly, but beware this this will destroy batteries if left on for an extended period.

Things I would have changed: Flashlight is pretty weak on the lumens side. Also, these don't seem like they could take much abuse at all in the field.

What others should know: the velcro stick pads will not stick to the gun. I found adding a locktite glue solved that problem. I added this to the evanix sniper .50 cal. The best placement for these pads also makes it an unideal location when being placed in a case because the cushion will apply enough pressure to turn the light and laser on. Make sure to remove those pads when storing your air gun.


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By Ricky from USA on 2012-06-06
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Things I liked: Good optics. Flashlight is very bright, uses two CR batteries. Red laser dot is easy to sight/align, and won't move even under recoil of CO2 pistol. Rotating the laser around the flashlight has 16 settings, for various mounting applications. Mounting to weaver rail is also a cinch. Cheapest combo optics in the market. Separately, these two will cost about $75-80 easy. Overall a very good product.

Things I would have changed: Maybe the length of the flashlight? But it uses two batteries so the length cannot be compromised.

What others should know: Although I mounted this under a 1911 pistol, the long flashlight might be more suitable for rifles. I'm thinking this will be perfect in front of the vertical grip mounted under the rifle's RIS.


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By Pete from USA on 2011-01-17
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Things I liked: The build quality (i.e. materials used) seem to be very high quality. It has a sturdy, heavy feel to it.

Things I would have changed: Improve whatever electrical issue it has (see the other review regarding a similar issue, where the person was able to fix it himself). The flashlight part broke after 5 minutes of use. It could be a very minor problem, but who's to say? Also, some more detailed instructions on how to calibrate the laser would be helpful.


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  • Daniel from USA asked:

    How do I put batterys?

    • Val from USA:

      Please see link to the manual under the Description tab on the right.