Guns & Gear profiled a host of SureFire tactical products, including the Stiletto® Pro and Stiletto® flashlights, the XVL2 WeaponLight and the SOCOM556-RC2, SOCOM300-Ti and SOCOM260-Ti suppressors, on a recent episode, which you can view below.

SureFire Public Relations Manager Andrew Wright appeared on the program with Guns & Gear host Ryan Gresham to discuss these products, which are proudly designed, engineered and assembled at SureFire’s Fountain Valley, California, headquarters.

SureFire Stiletto Pro studio
A Stiletto on steroids, the SureFire Stiletto Pro delivers 1000 lumens of MaxVision Beam-shaped light plus the versatile features of the Stiletto in a rugged aerospace aluminum chassis that is Mil-spec hard-anodized for added durability.

SureFire Stiletto Pro & Stiletto Handheld Flashlights

The Stiletto Pro and Stiletto deliver SureFire’s high-quality LED lighting performance in a slim, easy-to-carry form factor with convenient recharge capability. Both models feature SureFire’s MaxVision Beam® technology, providing a seamless wall of light that is optimized to the response of the human eye and ideal for close-range task and tactical use. Both models offer three output modes, with the Stiletto Pro delivering a maximum of 1000 lumens and the Stiletto 650 lumens when set to their highest output. Both models can also be programmed to activate from low to high output or vice versa. The Stiletto body incorporates a Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum head and durable glass-filled polymer main body. The beefier Stiletto Pro incorporates Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum for both the head and the main body similar to most SureFire flashlights.

SureFireXVL2 on Glock 9 mm pistol
The SureFire XVL2 WeaponLight incorporates a visible laser and an IR laser as well as a 400-lumen LED light. The lasers are co-aligned and slaved, which simplifies the zeroing process.

SureFire XVL2 WeaponLight

The SureFire XVL2 WeaponLight was developed at the request of special operations customers and is the result of years of R&D. Compact, lightweight, and optimized for use with handguns and SBRs, the XVL2 features a 400-lumen white light LED, a 300mW infrared illuminator, and both infrared and green aiming lasers co-aligned and slaved together for ease of zeroing in one simple step. Available in a civilian-legal Class I version as well as a full-power, restricted Class IIIb model for Military and Law Enforcement, it can be ambidextrously activated in both momentary and constant-on modes. A mode selector dial allows the selection of illumination and/or aiming lasers, as well as a low-power training setting on the full-power, restricted MIL/LE version. All this capability is powered by a single 123A battery that can be changed from the front, eliminating the need to remove or re-zero the device.

SureFire SOCOM260-Ti Dark Earth on bolt-action rifle
The SureFire SOCOM260-Ti is optimized for precision bolt-action rifle use on 6.5 Creedmoor, 6 mm and .260 rifles. At 11 ounces, it is the lightest production SureFire suppressor available.

SOCOM556-RC2, SOCOM300-Ti & SOCOM260-Ti Suppressors

The best-selling mode in the SureFire suppressor family, the SureFire SOCOM556-RC2 showcases our cutting-edge suppressor design and incorporates the latest in manufacturing techniques and materials, delivering full-auto capability and the ultimate in signature reduction for 5.56 mm rifles. The SOCOM300-Ti and SOCOM260-Ti combine military-grade features and exotic titanium alloy to produce an extremely lightweight suppressor designed primarily for bolt-action precision rifles, sniper and hunting applications. SureFire employs only high-grade titanium alloy to produce a premium suppressor that maintains our legendary signature reduction. Precision manufacturing tolerances, strict attention to bore concentricity and suppressor alignment, and the versatile Fast-Attach® mounting system result in the finest suppressors available.

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