The Official Tactical Light Of The Savannah Arsenal Project:
The original version of this flashlight had a Xenon bulb that was hot and only produced 70 Lumens. Later LED bulb versions that produced 120 and then 130 Lumens. Today, the latest version produces 275 blinding Lumens.
This is a very reliable and economical light to mount on a rifle or shotgun. Using a 1″ diameter ring mount from GG&G (pictured above), I mounted several of these lights on M4 and AK rifles. Two of my rifles that were equipped with the 130 Lumens version were used in a carbine class and both lights survived a minimum of 1300 rounds with each rifle during two days of run’n & gun’n.
The flashlight is programmable and shipped in a mode set so that as you repeatedly push the button on the end cap it scrolls through its 275 Lumens bright setting, then off, then its 14 Lumens “energy saving” setting, and then off again (similar to the operation of the Rayovac “Indestructible” discussed above). It is easy to reprogram it so that it is either bright or off if you want to use it for “tactical use”.
The light features:
- 275 Lumens for 3 hours on high output mode, 14 Lumens for 65 Lumens on low output mode.
- TEN-TAP Programming with a choice of three operating modes.
- Tail cap push button provides one handed momentary or constant on.
- 3 hours of continuous run time to the 10-Percent output level.
- 2 CR123A batteries.
- Removable pocket clip.
- Available in black, tan, and yellow (pictured above).
- Limited lifetime warranty.
- Order HERE.