Streamlight at SHOT Show 2015

Streamlight 2015 New Products

Streamlight had several new products on display at this year’s SHOT Show® as well as upgrades to some existing flashlights.  The changes and updates affect nearly every portion of their tactical flashlight lineup, including the TLR weapon lights and ProTac, Stinger, and Strion families of handheld flashlights.

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SureFire 2015 New Product Overview

SureFire 2015 New Products

Like many companies, SureFire uses the annual SHOT Show® to showcase their diverse line of products to prospective buyers and users.  The bulk of their booth space is devoted to displaying their current offerings including illumination tools, tactical equipment, hearing protection, and training services.

However, it is the circular display counter at the center of the booth that arguably draws the most attention.  Arrayed with the newest products planned for the coming year, this is where visitors can lay their eyes and hands upon the next generation of SureFire flashlights.  Judging from the size of the crowd around this display, there was no shortage of people who were interested in seeing what SureFire has been up to.

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Elzetta Design 2015 SHOT Show

Elzetta Design 2015 New Products

Last week at the 2015 SHOT Show®, Elzetta Design introduced two more additions to their lineup of American Made products.  The Mini-CQB is a compact weapon light system produced in conjunction with Impact Weapon Components and can be used with Mil-Standard 1913 Picatinny, KeyMod, or M-LOK rails.  This cross platform compatibility is accomplished through the use of two adaptable base plates which will be available as part of a complete weapon light kit or separately.

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SureFire M600U Z68 Scout Light

SureFire M300B and M600U – New Options and Price

SureFire has released two new variations of their popular M300B and M600U Scout Lights which are available without the usual remote tape switch.  Equipped only with the Z68 click-type switch and designated as the M300B-Z68 and M600U-Z68, these new versions provide a sub-$300 alternative for those who prefer not to use a tape switch or who are looking to upgrade from a previous Scout Light and already have a compatible tape switch.

In addition, SureFire has dropped the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of the M600 Ultra Scout Light to $369, which is the same as the M300B.  (Photos courtesy of SureFire, LLC)Continue reading

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SureFire M600V

SureFire Announces Lower Profile M600V and M620V

SureFire has announced the availability of a new LED head for their white-light/infrared M600V and M620V Scout Lights which is almost a quarter of an inch smaller in diameter than its predecessor.  In addition to being smaller, the new head is also 1.5 ounces lighter resulting in nearly a 20% weight reduction for the M600V and almost 23% for the M620V.Continue reading

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SureFire M600U & M620U Scout Light

SureFire M600U Scout LightSureFire M600U & M620U Scout Lights

SureFire has released the new “Ultra” versions of the weapon mounted Scout Lights.  These new lights feature the same body and mounting options as the previous Scout Lights but now feature 500 lumens of output.

The new Scout lights retain the same basic design as the previous models with the exception of the slightly larger head which houses the updated LED.  The design of the head follows closely the design of other recent releases such as the E2D LED Defender Ultra, EB2 Backup and the newest additions to the Outdoorsman line of lights, the E1L-A, E2L-A, and E2AA-A.Continue reading

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