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View Poll Results: Where is your pressure pad’s rail position?

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Thread: Where do you mount your light’s pressure pad?

  1. #41
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    I use an SF X300U and have not ventured into pressure pads and Scout lights. So far they have worked for me but the momentary in of the pressure pad is enticing.
    ETC (SW/AW), USN (1998-2008)
    CVN-65, USS Enterprise

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    12 o'clock

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAggie2005 View Post
    I've tried various Scouts and mounts, with thumb activation and pressure pads. I ended up with X300's on the top rail.

    Ambi, easy controls, simple on/off, no barrel shadows, multi-use on a pistol, etc. Does all that I need.



    Yup.



    Works exactly like that.

    @Fjallhrafn Nice rifle, very similar to mine.





    Are you satisfied with the throw of the X300U on a rifle? What low light training courses have you taken with that setup?


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    Quote Originally Posted by redpillregret View Post
    Are you satisfied with the throw of the X300U on a rifle? What low light training courses have you taken with that setup?


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    No formal low light classes and I do not use either rifle in a professional manner.

    I am happy with the X300U's performance to do what I need for where I live, travel & hunt. I do use both rifles for night hunting of hogs & coyotes, daytime hunting, as well as home defense and general fun. For my exact circumstances; night hunting and HD, the X300U gives me more than enough light to make shoot/no shoot decisions. At my family land, the absolute longest possible shot line is ~325yds, though I'd probably never take a night shot at that distance. At my home it's ~125yds.

    If I were a police officer, military, etc, I would find a setup that works best for that capacity. I have no experience in those settings, so no clue if the X300U is up to those jobs.

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