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LED / TIR Conversion for Forend WeaponLights—2-Battery System

LM2 LED / TIR Conversion for Forend WeaponLights

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Bezel Diameter1.125inches
*Runtime until output drops below 10% of maximum output


LM2-A-BK 084871314893
The SureFire LM2 conversion head replaces the original incandescent or LED reflector-type head and battery housing of SureFire 600-series and 900-series dedicated forend WeaponLights for shotguns, rifles, and submachine guns. The result is an extremely compact head/housing unit, powered by two 123A lithium batteries, that generates 500 lumens of brilliant white from a virtually indestructible LED emitter. Also serves as a replacement part for 600-series dedicated forend WeaponLights that originally came with the same head.The LM2 features a TIR lens that produces a more concentrated, farther-reaching beam for close- to mid-range engagements. Provides a runtime of 1.4 hours per set of batteries, with gradually decreasing output afterward. Constructed of aerospace aluminum with a Mil-Spec hard-anodized finish in black, the LM2 is O-ring sealed for reliable operation in all weather conditions.

Fits: All Shotgun Forend WeaponLights and all Rifle/SMG Forend WeaponLights whose model numbers begin with 3, 6, or 9
  • Virtually indestructible LED and TIR lens produce brilliant beam optimized for close- to medium range applications
  • Construction—High-strength aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec anodizing; coated, tempered window
  • Weatherproof—O-ring and gasket sealed

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After purchasing this light initially a few years ago, i was not happy with the light output. I decided to upgrade to the newer LED light and am extremely happy with my decision. The overall performance of this upgrade made me mount this light on my work shotgun and fell the utmost confidence using and carrying this firearm out in the field.

Reviewed by Andre S (Posted on 11/21/15)

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