The new Foxtrot 2 tactical flashlight is a good choice for people who value compact size and low weight of accessories attached to weapons.
The flashlight weighs just over 56 grams and is powered by one CR123A battery, which ensures one hour of continuous use. The parameters of the light emitted by the flashlight are 580 lumens and 13,000 candela. The light beam settings that Foxtrot 2 has at its disposal are the permanent, temporary, temporary with one press of the switch and constant when holding it longer.
Modes can be programmed by holding the power switch. To ensure wide possibilities of adapting the flashlight to the user's preferences and the shooting platform on which it is used, the Foxtrot 2 is supplied with two adapters for the Picatinny and Glock rails, and four different types of buttons installed on both sides.
The rail adapter can also be adjusted in four positions to precisely adjust the location of the flashlight on a weapon. The flashlight is compatible with most Sig Sauer models (except P365, P365X P365XL and sub-compact models), and other picatinny rail designs, including long guns.
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It is assembled in the US, available for $ 160.99.