Billed as the company’s smallest, most lightweight handgun light with an integrated laser, the XC2-A is compact enough to flush fit on the rail of a Glock 19 or similar.
Announced Tuesday, the newest Surefire weapon light features a 300-lumen MaxVision Beam and a 635nm red laser. The new XC2-A is just under 2.5-inches long and adds 2.1-ounces to the weight of the platform to which it is mounted. Waterproof, the case is made from aerospace aluminum with a mil-spec hard anodized finish and features rear-mounted ambi switching with both momentary-and constant-on controls.
The XC2-A ships with a rechargeable AAA NiMH battery that is accessed through a front-facing compartment so you don’t have to dismount the WML to swap it out. The bad news is that the battery life is only rated at a half-hour and less than that if using an alkaline or lithium battery.
MSRP is $449.
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