NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Surefire 1,000-Lumen X300U

posted on September 30, 2018

Surefire is a known leader in tactical lighting, and the company’s aluminum bodied X300U LED handgun light has become a favorite for its high-output beam, durable construction and easy attachment via either the quick-detach Lever Latch or the Rail-Lock system for more dedicated light/gun pairings. Now, the X300U is available in a 1,000-lumen model, the brightest unit to date. This week we are headed to the range with Surefire’s new ultra-high-output 1,000-Lumen X300U.

For more, watch this NRA Gun Gear of the Week video hosted by Joe Kurtenbach.









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