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Walther Xenon Tactical Flashlight, 60 Lumens

Walther Xenon Tactical Flashlight, 60 Lumens

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  • Walther flashlight
  • 60-lumen xenon replaceable bulb
  • Tough aluminum body
  • Diamond-textured grip
  • Incl. batteries

Item Code: UX37000 [PY-A-1282]

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By Chris from USA on 2011-05-17
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Things I liked: Included in the box: Xenon bulb - more pure white in color than an LED bulb 60 lumens Focus spot reflector 2 x CR123A 3V Lithium 1300mAh batteries (included!) User guide Small tool to unscrew bulb from socket Tail cap on/off switch Black aluminum exterior Diamond textured housing Optional (extra cost) extras: -flashlight mount for weaver and picatinny rails -short flashlight cord switch - for grip activation about 60cm in length. -long flashlight cord switch - for grip activiation, 50-100cm max length The cord switches can be for left or right hand use. This (tactical) light is small, fitting nicely in the palm of the hand. It's light and sturdy enough for camp use, when you need something a little more personal. Held in a certain way, this could also be used a personal defence weapon in certain circumstances. Also good for the toolbox/glovebox or as a useful tool in the gun cleaning kit. Not that brilliant to really disorientate someone, as say would 200 +lumens, but if the right dark conditions were there, enough to momentarily dazzle ... to get your shot off during indoors CQB. Great value package!

Things I would have changed: Nothing. Really.

What others should know: The flashlight mount is a single 2 piece tubular mount. Doesn't take up that much space on a picatinny\weaver rail. Looks very good on either a JG G36C, an ICS MP5A5, or a Steyr AUG2. Not entirely out of place when mounted to a pistol either - as in a Walther CP99 or CP99 Compact. Just note that it does need a weaver\picatinny rail.


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