SureFire Introduces New 1,000-Lumen X400U & X400UH

SureFire Introduces New 1,000-Lumen X400U & X400UH
SureFire Introduces New 1,000-Lumen X400U & X400UH

Fountain Valley, CA-(Ammoland.com)- SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of the world’s finest—and most innovative—illumination tools and tactical products, is proud to announce the launch of the all-new 1,000 lumen X400U and X400UH models. These will be available in the both red and green laser versions for holster compatible and non-holster compatible lights. The SureFire X400U is the finest duty-grade handgun WeaponLight and laser combination available today.

The X400U, features 1,000 lumens of stunning white light focused by a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens to produce a tight beam with extended reach and significant surround light for peripheral vision. Located below the primary light, the X400U's 5-milliwatt laser sight emits a high-visibility beam, perfect for non-standard shooting positions and use in low-light scenarios. The laser's aiming adjustment mechanism uses Nylok® screws that won't back out from the effects of recoil, which means it rarely needs to be re-zeroed.

The X400U is activated via ambidextrous switching located at the rear of body, providing one-finger control — press the switch on either side for momentary-on activation, flip up or down for constant-on activation. Optional DG grip switches (for handguns) permit the X300U to be activated with one hand, without altering your grip on your weapon.

SureFire X400 Ultra
SureFire X400 Ultra

SureFire X400U Features

  • Special high-performance LED produces 1000 lumens
  • Custom TIR lens creates smooth, far-reaching light with a larger center spot beam
    • < 5mW / 515nm Green laser sight is highly visible to the human eye and rarely needs re-zeroing
    • < 5mW / 635nm Red laser sight is highly visible to the human eye and rarely needs re-zeroing
  • Integral ambidextrous momentary- and constant-on switching
  • Attaches securely to both Universal and Picatinny accessory rails
  • Weatherproof O-ring and gasket sealing
  • High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard anodized for extreme durability
  • Accepts optional pressure-activated DG and XT remote switches for precision control without altering grip on weapon
  • $799.00

Learn more here: The NEW 1,000 Lumen X400U & X400UH


About SureFireSureFire

Located in Fountain Valley, California, SureFire, LLC is the leading manufacturer of suppressors, high-performance flashlights, weapon-mounted lights, and other tactical equipment for those who go in harm’s way, or anyone who demands the ultimate in quality, innovation, and performance. SureFire illumination tools are used by more SWAT teams and elite special operations forces than any other brand. SureFire is an ISO 9001:2008-certified company.

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    Price is a factor. 800 bucks is not justifiable when there are many other viable options for far less. The laser is a very useful tool. If you train to use the laser as an additional tool there are times in low light, particularly with iron sights when the laser makes the snap shot faster and more accurate. Room clearing in the dark, a momentary contact switch for laser and flashlight are very useful, especially if your light is set for strobe. You can see, identify, and target faster than your assailant. The laser should not be a crutch but,… Read more »

    ChiptheBarber
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    ChiptheBarber

    “Hey, Honey. I just bought an $800 flashlight for my new $600 pistol, and….”. I just don’t see this going down well at my house. However, if y’all were wondering what to get me for Christmas——

    Richard G. Combs
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    Richard G. Combs

    Anyone who says “laser is useless” must have young eyes (no presbyopia) and/or has never used a weapon-mounted laser.

    That said, $800 is way too rich for me.

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    To E6H: Unbelievable, I purposely put the price here for all to see and what do you do? You ask the price! READ!

    Dave in Fairfax
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    Dave in Fairfax

    There, I fixed it for you.

    E6H
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    E6H

    Great light but laser is useless. What’s the cost?

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    And before someone asks I’ll give you the all important answer: $799.00 and it appears, right now anyway, that it’s only available from SureFire.