SureFire X300 Ultra Black Friday Deals 2021

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Products Model Brightness Style Available Check Price
X300 Ultra 1, 000 lumens No
X300U-A 350 - 600 lumens Yes

SureFire X300 Ultra Black Friday Deals 2021

Today we’re going to take a look at the Surefire X 300 Ultra. We’ll take a look at the characteristics of this pistol light weapon modded light. We’re going to look at the beam comparison and, of course, the beam pattern. Discuss the testing that I have done, the benefits and drawbacks, and, of course, what I think of it.

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Overall, my disclosure is now a little different. Today, I have no connection to Surefire in any way, shape, or form; both of these lights were given to me by a local friend. He let me borrow them for the review because he prefers to remain anonymous, so thank you to my anonymous friend.


I used to work for Inforce, which I recently left, and this has allowed me to review other weapon lights on the market, but obviously when I worked for one of Surefire’s competitors. I wouldn’t do a review for a competitor of a company I work for anyway, and now that I’m not there, I’m reviewing a bunch of lights, which will have no bearing on this review in any way shape, or form. I’ll include several affiliate links in the video description if you’re interested in purchasing one of these. Use the link, and hopefully I’ll be able to find you a good deal.

Light Power

So, how does this feel? The majority of the time, this is used as a pistol light. It can also be used as a rifle light. It has a thousand lumens, which is how much light comes out of this flashlight, and it has slightly more than 11000 candelas. If you’re unfamiliar with the term “candela,” it refers to how light is focused or pushed out of a flashlight. For example, the higher the candela number, the tighter the beam coming out of the flashlight. The tighter the beam, the further the light will shine and the more easily it will pass through barriers such as smoke and fog.

The higher the candela number, the more it will push through barriers like that. When this light was first introduced several years ago, we didn’t place as much emphasis on candelas as we do now: 11 000 candelas, not a tonne. When Surefire releases a new version of this, which hopefully will be soon, it will have like 50 000+ candela, which would be absolutely fantastic in terms of runtime. It requires two cr123 batteries and can run for up to 1.25 hours.


Of course, we had to test that, so the x300 is available in two different versions. This one is a model, as evidenced by the logo on the side. It has two small levers that you can pull down to slide it on and off the rail. Inside the light, there are two different plates. One will be for a Glock universal rail, while the other will be for a standard 1913 Picatinny rail. If you want to change out the plate, simply unscrew these six screws.


You lift the plate out, insert the different plate, tighten the six screws, and you’re ready to go. You simply pull down on these two little tabs and slide the gun onto the rail; it’s as simple as that. The model I prefer is the b model, which has a screw on the side. With the plastic tabs on the b model, I believe the lock is a little more solid.

Final Words

I’ve seen the plastic tabs on the model break before and heard stories about it, so I believe the b is just a little bit more solid on more firearms and a little bit more durable. Installing and uninstalling this is a breeze. Simply back out the screw, take it off the gun, and replace it on the opposite side. Tighten the screw down and you’re done. Inside, you’ll find two inserts, one for your Glock universal rail and one for your 1913.

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