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EOTech M Series X2 Sub Compact Handgun Light

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Product Description

The EOTech M Series X2 Sub Compact Handgun Light is the first and best sub-compact weapon mounted light. It delivers a peak output of 40 plus lumens from the Xenon bulb, is powered by one (1) 3V CR2 lithium battery (included) and has a run time of 30 minutes.

The X2 Handgun Light is easily mounted and removed, without any tools and uses Insight's patented Slide Lock interface. It is simple. Slide the unit onto the firearm's rail and lock into place with the spring loaded latch bar. The Slide-Lock interface is designed to fit most sub-compact pistol rails. The ambidextrous rocker switch allows the X2 light to be activated in either a momentary on or constant on modes.

EOTech M Series X2 Sub Compact Handgun Light Features:

  • World's first and only sub-compact tactical light
  • Runs on (1) Single 3 volt CR2 battery
  • Run time is 30 minutes
  • Mounted and removed without tools

Specifications and additional product information
EOTech M Series X2 Sub Compact Handgun Light Specifications:
  • Peak Output: 40 plus Lumens
  • Run Time: 30 Minutes I
  • nterface Options: Slide-Lock
  • Dimensions: 2.4L x 1.6W x 1.5H Inches
  • Weight: 1.7 oz. w/Battery
  • Lithium Battery Power: 3V from One (1) CR2 Battery
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