SureFire Brightens The Holidays With New Weaponlight
Just in time to hit my stocking on Christmas morning, SureFire, LLC has launched their brand new 1,000 lumen XH35 weaponlight! It’s just one of several (as you’ll already know, if you’ve been paying attention to their Mega Lumen Monday series), but this one was among the most anticipated.
The XH35 features a recoil-proof LED, paired with a precision, undulated reflector to produce our proprietary MaxVision Beam™, a wide, useful wall of light that’s perfect for close to mid-range engagements. The XH35 includes two mode selector switches. One switch toggles between 1,000 lumens and 300 lumens, for when less light is desired by the user. The second switch toggles between continuous light operation and a strobe mode. Activating the XH35 is achieved via ambidextrous switching located at the rear of body, consistent with our X300U & X400U switching.
The XH35 also feature optional DG grip switches, which allow one-handed activation without altering your grip. SureFire made their latest weaponlight fully capable of interfacing with SureFire’s revolutionary MASTERFIRE™ Rapid Deploy Holster, and it can also be attached to any handgun or long gun equipped with a Universal or Picatinny rail.
So what are you waiting for? To find out more, or to order yours now, click HERE and prepare to be illuminated. Pun intended.
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Jakes is an active and ardent supporter of the Second Amendment, an outspoken concealed carry advocate, and an avid outdoorswoman. If you can’t find her fishing, she’s likely hunting or running like a frenetic mad woman (kinda the same way she talks) on any number of Badger State nature trails.
Jenn (once crowned Miss Barron County!) is a former private investigator who once made a field goal in the Don Hudson Center at 30 yards (true story). She is married to a great beast of a man with whom she has three children.
Jenn drinks Pabst Blue Ribbon and has great taste in bourbon. ‘Nuff said.
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