Surefire is an obvious choice when it comes to pistol lights however in the world of compact guns, lights have been lacking. At SHOT Show 2023, Surefire gave us their latest pistol light that was designed around the Glock 43X and 48, the Springfield Hellcat, and the Sig P365. The best part of it all though? The Surefire XSC has a rechargeable battery pack that allows you to charge the light without removing it from the weapon.
- The XSC provides ambidextrous control with both momentary and constant on.
- Provides an output of 400 lumens and 30 minutes constant on run time.
Note: The website says 350 lumens however a surefire employee at SHOT stated that they are seeing around 400 lumens from the light.
- A removable proprietary rechargeable lithium polymer 3.7V battery allows the light battery to be changed without removing the light from the gun. The battery is also toolless to remove.
- The charging cradle is included in the purchase and has two charging bays for two batteries to be charged at once. Additional charging cradles and batteries can be purchased separately.
- Holsters are already being made and sold for this light from companies such as Werkz Light-Bearing Holsters.
- A natural finger-angled switch provides easy on/off of the light.
- Weight: 1.7 oz (48.2 g)
- Length: 1.94 inches (4.9 cm)
- Output Runtime: 30 minutes
- Peak Beam Intensity: 2,000 Candela
- Distance: 90 meters
- Body Construction: Aluminum
- Finish: Mil-Spec Hard Anodized
- Bezel Diameter: .78 in (1.9 cm)
The XSC light is available for purchase now and has already been adopted by the United States Marshals, so sub-compact gun users are showing their trust in this light.
Steph Martz is a Veteran of the full time MNARNG force as a Small Arms Repairer and worked to bolster their marksmanship team. Mainly a technical writer and gunsmith within the Federal world she comes with many armorer classes under her belt such as KAC, Glock, every FN weapon in the book, and Small Arms Weapons Expert (SAWE). So, sorry to bore you with the knowledge that actually make firearms shoot. Currently heavily into the long range world she competes in National Rifle League Hunter and various Gas Gun Precision Series.