The SureFire XR1 & XR2 Pistol Lights Are Finally Here!

Luke C.
by Luke C.

Luke C ( @BallisticAviation ) is checking in with Andrew from SureFire LLC to check out the release of the XR1 and XR2 rechargeable pistol lights. Teased throughout the last couple of years of the SHOT Show, the XR1 and XR2 have been some of the most highly anticipated pistol lights and today SureFire has confirmed their release in just a few months. The XR1 and XR2 lights are compact size lights that boast powerful output, and rechargeable batteries. In addition the the XR1 and XR2, Andrew also has a newly redesigned tape switch with hints at a new dual-lead switch on the way.

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Luke C.
Luke C.

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  • Robert Robert on Feb 02, 2024

    These are sweet, but I’m going to keep my AAA X1. It’s only 300 lumens, but I use rechargeable Eneloop Pros and if needed I can find batteries for it everywhere. I like having options. Because, the end times.

  • Frank Frank on Feb 02, 2024

    proprietary battery kills it, are surefire trying to become like olight now?

    • David Knuth David Knuth on Feb 07, 2024

      @Frank if they are, they're failing miserably since Olight has the wireless charging feature which is super handy.

      Also, I've seen some manufacturers making the CR123A batteries and similar with micro-USB charger ports on them, so at least you can recharge instead of having to drop big bucks on replacements all the time.