- Battery Type: 1xCR2( include)
- Lightbulb Type: XPG-R5 LED
- MPN: CAM0020-US
- Country/Region of Manufacture: China
- Operated by: On / Off PUSH Switch
- Features: Batteries Included, Clip On, Handheld, Rechargeable, Waterproof
- Rail inner size: 20mm
- Fits: Weaver / Picatinny Rails
- Torch Head Diameter: 25mm
- For Gun Type: Pistol & Hand Gun
- Type: Hunting Light
- Length: 65mm
- UPC: Does not apply
I was skeptical about buying a $22 weapons light for my night stand Sig P320c, but then I thought well I keep a good flashlight also on my stand so I'll try it. Im a collector of good flashlights and I was looking for a light with the XPL led in it but prices were to high for this purpose. Now, this is a great night stand light for your pistol, it's bright enough for the job, light reaches a good 30m to 40m and fits good on my Sig. The switch design is ambidextrous and easy to turn on, however it's toggle from high to strobe is rather funky, but it does what it's supposed to do, this light won't see much action because I live in the country and not much to worry about, the battery that came with it a CR2 rechargeable is less than good but it will get you started out of the box, I recommend buying some CR2 rechargeable batteries that come with a charger, these batteries are to short for a CR123 battery charger unless you rig it somehow, I just bought 2 red ultrafire CR2 batteries with a charger for $12.00, make sure you buy a rechargeable battery and not a single use if you prefer a rechargeable battery. The light is solid built and fits any picatinny or weaver rail. I'd buy a better light if you're intending to mount on your carry weapon. The quick release lever sticks out sideways just enough to get hung up on a holster, it could be grinded down with a dremel tool. Update, next day I received my ordered CR2 batteries and charger, the battery supplied with the light is even smaller than the CR2, supplied battery is a ICR14250 battery at 300mah, overall I am impressed with this lights brightness and distance range, I am a snob when it comes to lights and I would definitely purchase this light again. I tested the light indoors and out in my cotton fields and I could see a reasonable distance of 100m max fading, nice bright flood/spot at 30 to 40m, you can identify a target up to 75m then it really starts to wash out.
Out of the three picatinny rail lights I have, which are around the same price range, this one is the worst. The worst part is that it does not securely mount to a rail. It fits on but if you barely put any pressure on it's sides it pops off. It also is plastic. I have a metal version for a couple bucks more that works great.