Smith & Wesson Accessories M&P 12 Tactical Flashlight 875 Lumens LED CR123A(2) Tailcap Black

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Smith & Wesson's M&P 12 Tactical Flashlight features the latest technology to provide the highest lumen output from two CR123 lithium batteries for the longest runtime. Using the CREE XML-U2 LED this 3 function tactical flashlight offers High/Low and Strobe Modes with a high output of 875 lumens and a low output of 43 lumens. Runtime is 2 hours of continuous use on high and 43 hours on low with a beam distance of 242 meters on high and 32 meters on low. The body is constructed of aerospace aluminum in a matte black finish with deep diamond cut knurling. Barrel is 1 inch diameter and features a recessed anti-roll tactical tailcap switch and pocket clip. length is 5.55" and weighs 6.15 oz. with batteries. Includes Holster, Lanyard. ANSI FL1 Certified, Waterproof to 1m, Impact Resistant.

Specifications and Features:
Quick, silent tap switch to move between high, low, strobe, and momentary modes
Easily accessible end mounted switch for momentary, strobe, and constant on/off
Click on/off tailcap switch to prevent accidental illumination
Operable with one hand
Anti-roll tailcap
Resistant, diamond-cut knurling on the casing for easy grip
Crenellated bezel for self defense and heat Dissipation
Combines a precision focused CREE LED with lithium batteries for optimized output and runtime
Mountable to most standard weapon mounts
Maintenance-free CREE LED never needs replacing
Impact resistant to 1 meter
Waterproof in accordance with IPX-8 standards
Included Accessories: 2x Energizer 123 lithium batteries, pocket clip, lanyard, and nylon holster
Runs on: 2x CR123A (Batteries included)
Output mode/Runtime:
High: 875 lumens / 2hrs
Low: 43 lumens / 43hrs
Strobe : 875 lumens
Peak Beam Intensity: 14640cd
Max Beam Distance: 242 meters
Length: 5.6"
Bezel Diameter: 1.4"
Body Diameter: 1"
Weight: 6.1 oz. (excluding batteries)