SIG SAUER Electro-Optics has released their latest weapon light to the pistol and rifle market – the FOXTROT1X Rail Mounted Light. The FOXTROT1X can interface with any standard 1913 rail and is designed for both left and right-handed shooters. The new light is available now and shipping from the SIG SAUER website and is sold for $129.99.
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New FOXTROT1X Rail Mounted Light from SIG SAUER Electro-Optics
The SIG SAUER Electro-Optics FOXTROX1X Rail Mounted light mounts to any Picatinny 1913 rail with a sliding rail interface adapter allowing for maximum location adjustment and flexibility to deliver 450 lumens of bright performance. Designed for ambidextrous use with finger actuated push-button side switches for operation in either momentary or latching mode function, the FOXTROT1X operates using a single CR123 battery, with 1.5 ours of runtime and has an IPX-7 waterproof rating.
FOXTROT1X Rail Mounted Light:
- LED Output: 450 Lumens
- Runtime: 1.5 hours
- Waterproof: IPX-7
- Overall Length: 2.4 inches
- Overall Height:1.3 inches
- Overall Width: 1.2 inches
- Battery: CR123 loaded via a removable bezel without lockout modeM1913/SIG and Glock® sliding rail interface plates included for maximum location adjustment range on the rail
- Weight (w/magazine): 1.9 oz.
MSRP: $ 129.99
The SIG SAUER Electro-Optics FOXTROT1X Rail Mounted Light is now shipping and available at retailers. To learn more about the FOXTROT1X Rail Mounted Light visit sigsauer.com.
I am assuming the “weight with the magazine” is a typo where it should read “weight with battery.” The IPX7 rating is a bare minimum for any weapon-mounted light that is going to see duty use as water is an inevitability in some cases. The FOXTROT1X features slightly less battery life than some comparable models from competitors but also comes in at a less expensive premium. I also think that the 450-lumen output is more than enough for most pistol work done indoors and at close ranges – likely a good compromise between lower output lights and some of the more extreme ends of output nearing 1,000 lumens.
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