Surefire: XC2 IRC -IR Handgun Illuminator & Laser Sight, Tan

Surefire : XC2-A-IRC-TN
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The XC2-A-IRC is SureFire’s smallest, most lightweight dedicated infrared (IR) handgun light. It features a recoil-proof LED that’s focused by a multi-faceted reflector to create our broad 850nm MaxVision Beam™ perfect for enhancing the capability and the image quality of modern night vision to see clearly and farther into the dark. The XC2-A-IRC’s 845nm infrared laser stands out when viewed with night vision devices and, once zeroed, rarely needs re-zeroing thanks to adjustment screws that won’t back out from the effects of recoil. The XC2-A-IRC won’t weigh down your handgun, making it a crucial addition to concealedcarry pistols among other applications. Its compact body is constructed of lightweight but strong aerospace aluminum with a Mil-Spec hard anodized finish, so the XC2-A-IRC is rugged enough for everyday carry. Ambidextrous switching provides both momentary-and constant-on activation for precision control. 
    • Lightweight and ultra-compact; great for concealed carry
    • Securely attaches to most Universal-rail-equipped handguns
    • Integrated ambidextrous momentary- and constant-on switching
    • Improved constant-on activation by tapping either one of the momentary switches. To turn off, simply tap either one of the momentary switches again
    • Front loading AAA battery compartment accommodates one lithium battery for extended runtime
    • Two Modes: Infrared illuminator + Laser or Infrared laser only
    • Works with Lithium, NiMH rechargeable or alkaline AAA batteries*
    • Gasket sealed; IPX7 weatherproof


Bezel Diameter 0.375  inches
Length 2.5  inches
Weight w/Batteries 1.8  ounces
Batteries 1  AAA (incl)
Construction Aluminum  
Output Infrared 50mW  (850nM)
Runtime Infrared 4  hours
Output Laser (mw) <0.7  mW (845nm) Class I




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