Alpha-TAC ExtremeBeam M4 Scirrako

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posted on January 29, 2014
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Alpha-TAC ExtremeBeam has released an affordable, long-range flashlight called the M4 Scirrako.

Machined from solid bar-stock aluminum, the M4 Scirrako features a 230 lumen bulb and ExtremeBeam’s SuperLumen technology that uses a precision-engineered reflecting cone that captures nearly all of the light produced from the LED bulb. The end result is a powerful, focusable central beam with a light projection of over 330 meters for 7 hours while on high.

The flashlight also features a micro-textured body for increased grip, tri-cut glass for greater durability, double O-ring seals for up to 30 feet of waterproof protection and an anti-glare stealth coating.

Inside the M4 Scirrako is ExtremeBeam's proprietary Anti-Recoil system that is guaranteed to protect the inner workings of the light from recoil forces up to .50 BMG.

The MSRP of the M4 Scirrako is $59.95 and includes a limited lifetime warranty that even covers destruction, no questions asked.

Weight (with battery): 186 grams (6.56 ounces)

Total Length: 150 mm (5.9 inches)

Head Bezel Width: 44.7 mm (1.76 inches)

Main Body Width: 25.5 mm (1 inch)

Light Volume: 230 lumens

Light Projection: 333 meters (1,090 feet)

Average Run Time: 7 hours (high) 12 hours (low) 10 hours (strobe)

Waterproof: 30 ft.

Battery Type: Two 3.0-3.6 volt CR 123 batteries

Modes: High-Low-Strobe-Off

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