Smith & Wesson Adds New Gun-Mountable Lights

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posted on August 9, 2017
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The new M&P by Smith & Wesson Delta Force RM-20 and RM-10 Lights come with pic rail mounts, making them gun-mountable for hands-free use. These tactical CREE XPL LED lights are built with a remote On/Off button that features high, low and strobe settings, along with momentary "on" functions. Memory retention allows users to resume their last light setting. Both Delta Force models are constructed with anodized aerospace aluminum making them water and impact resistant. The crenulated head is built to last with a durable design to make it perfect for self-defense.


Delta Force RM-10

  • 4" long, weighing just under 4 oz. with batteries
  • Runs on 1 CR123 battery (included)
  • Runtime: 1 hour and 10 minutes on high, 3 hours and 55 minutes on low
  • 500 lumen light output
  • Beam distance of up to 204 meters
  • MSRP: $74.99



Delta Force RM-20

  • 5.31" long, weighing just under 5 oz. with batteries
  • Runs on 2 CR123 batteries (included)
  • Runtime: 1 hour and 15 minutes on high, 11 hours and 25 minutes on low
  • 900 lumen light output
  • Beam distance of up to 272 meters
  • MSRP: $94.99

 
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