SIG SAUER is now selling a weapon light designed specifically for handguns. The new light is called the FOXTROT1.

SIG designed the light with touch switches on both sides of the body for ambidextrous activation. The light can be used in either a constant on mode or in a momentary mode.

According to SIG SAUER, the output of the light in the brightest mode is 300 lumens. The company does not list any additional information such as beam distance, candela or run time at this output level.

There are two lower output levels: 200 and 100 lumens. At the 200 lumen level, SIG states the run time is “over two hours.” A single CR123 battery powers the light. To swap the battery, the light’s bezel comes off with a 1/4 turn lockout. A battery is included with the light.

The FOXTROT1 has various angles to the body that were specifically designed to break up its visual signature. While the angles on this small bit of gear are not likely to make a huge difference, SIG is carrying this stealth-like design inspiration to many of their new accessories.

The light is IPX-7 rated, meaning that it has been tested to be submersible to 1 meter for 30 minutes.

The suggested retail price of this new light is $189.99 which puts it in the same general range as offerings from Streamlight and INFORCE. When these lights become plentiful in the market, it will be interesting to see where the street price winds up and how it compares to the others already being sold.

Richard Johnson

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  • I need one of these for my P220 Combat. Can I get one in Burnt Bronze?

    • Jwedel1231

      You can get anything Cerakoted these days. So, yes.

  • Dave

    They took a lot of cues from the inforce apl. the turning deactivation, the placement of the switches. Should be a great light tho.

    • Flounder

      My money is they are clones or sig partnered with inforce. The new sig red dots are holosun copies or holosun is a partner with them.

      Now if TFB could look into that relationship we might get a few great articles. I’m also curious, does anyone take apart their gun optics? A bunch of places do that for electronics… So why not optics?

      • Frank

        Clone of the inforce? The Inforce is made out of polymer.

  • Squirreltakular

    “…break up its visual signature…”


  • hami

    That is a handsome light

  • Kjk

    Or you could Get a streamlight and be done with it. I’m pretty wary of companies expanding from their core business. Usually you end up with products that just arnt as good as companies that specialize in the product.

  • Dickie

    I like the new sig p320 grip module with a green laser built into it. But it costs more than the gun did. Smh

    • Dickie

      The Lima 5. Just remembered the name.

      • Jwedel1231

        That’s cool. I’m glad you said something, I totally missed it. It also got me thinking, with chassis pistols like the P320 you could get grip modules (or whatever) with lights built into them like the Lima 5’s laser.