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SureFire Reveals the XR1 600-Lumen Compact WeaponLight

SureFire Reveals the XR1 600-Lumen Compact WeaponLight

SureFire announces the rechargeable XR1, a leap forward in SureFire’s ultra-compact WeaponLight series.

The XR1 delivers twice the lumen output of other XC WeaponLights. The recoil-proof LED produces 600 lumens to a distance of 80 meters. SureFire’s MaxVision Beam technology ensures a smooth, rounded beam that is optimized for the human eye, with plenty of surround light for ideal situational awareness. The magnetic recharging port makes recharging the XR1’s integrated battery simple, and does not require removal from the weapon.

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The XR1 weighs just 2.2 ounces and features a Mil-Spec hard-anodized aerospace aluminum body that’s durable enough for everyday carry, with a footprint that is nearly identical to the SureFire XC2 WeaponLight. A new rail mount features four points of contact for an added measure of redundancy and security when mounted to a weapon.

Small, lightweight and powerful, the XR1 is perfect for concealed carry use.


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