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New Jersey State Police Selects SureFire X300 Ultra as Standard Issue Weaponlight

June 17, 2014  | 

After a comprehensive testing and evaluation process involving several competitive tactical lighting products, the SureFire X300 Ultra has been adopted as part of New Jersey State Police's standard-issue weapon light.

New Jersey State Police have contracted with Atlantic Tactical to purchase 2,800 SureFire X300 Ultras to be issued to all of their sworn officers. The initial purchase of 1,765 units will be delivered within 30 days with the remaining balance to be delivered in the next few months.

The X300 Ultra delivers 500 lumens of blinding light through a precision Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens. Powered by two disposable 123A lithium batteries, the weapon light will deliver 1.5 hours of tactical-level output on a set of batteries. Activating the X300 Ultra is achieved via an ambidextrous push/toggle switch located on the light's rear, which provides either momentary- or constant-on activation with a push of a finger. For even more control, without the need to alter your grip on the weapon, X300 Ultra can be outfitted with an optional SureFire DG grip switch on many popular pistol models, or with an XT07 pressure-pad tape switch on long guns.

About SureFire

Located in Fountain Valley, Calif., SureFire, LLC is a manufacturer of 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 is an ISO 9001:2000-certified company.

Tags: SureFire, weapon lights, Firearms Accessories, New Jersey State Police

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