The EOTech M3X Tactical Slide Lock Long Gun 1913 Gun Light was built for U.S. Special Operations personnel and designed to perform under the most rigorous conditions and survive the most extreme environments. For this reason, the M3X weapon light is built to go to depths of 66 feet and still remain waterproof. How is that for durable!
The M3X has a Xenon bulb that will give you tremendous output of 125 plus of lumens and is protected by the Shock Suppression System. This system is designed to handle the heavy recoil demands of tactical loads. The M3X Light operates on two (2) 3V 123 lithium batteries, which are included and the has a run time of one (1) hour.
The EOTech M3X Long Gun back plate is interchangeable with all other M3X and M6X back plates and utilizes a 3-position toggle switch back plate for off, momentary on and constant on modes. The straight cord touch pad remote (used on rifles and semi-auto shotguns) allows the weapon user to activate the momentary on feature. In addition, for pump action shotguns, an optional curly cord remote is available.
The M3X has two options for mounting. First is the patented 1913 Slide Lock System, allowing for instant tool free mounting and removal by simply sliding the unit onto the rail and locking it into place with the spring loaded latch bar. The 1913 Slide Lock mount is designed specifically for the true M1913 Mil-Spec Picatinny rail and also comes with two latch bars to insure proper fit. The second, the Rail-Grabber mount fits most rail configurations whether for a rifle, shotgun or a pistol. The Rail-Grabber interface uses a screw adjustable locking plate. This plate can be tightened to make sure you have a solid fit. The Rail Grabber mount is particularly recommended for heavy recoiling firearms.
For mounting the an M3X Long Gun Light onto shotguns not equipped with a rail, an optional Shotgun Adapter mounting bracket that attaches to the extended tube is available.
EOTech M3X Tactical Slide Lock Long Gun 1913 Gun Light Features:
- 125 peak lumens
- 1 hour of continuous runtime
- MIL-SPEC design