SIG P329

SureFire – X400 Ultra – Green Laser


SureFire’s X400 Ultra weaponlight integrates a white light with a max output of 500 lumens with a green laser with a max output of 5 mW. Activating the X400 Ultra is done by using the ambidextrous switch at the rear of the body. An additional rear switch allows for the activation of the light and laser separately or together. The body of the X400 Ultra is constructed from high-strength aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec anodizing and impact-resistant polymer; O-ring and gasket sealed for weatherproofing.

The X400 Ultra is capable of a 1.5 hour ‘Tactical Runtime’ on 2 123A batteries.

The SureFire X400 Ultra – Green Laser starts shipping in July and is currently available for pre-order.

I’ve got one and it rocks!


9 Responses to “SureFire – X400 Ultra – Green Laser”

  1. mike says:

    Happy day! Now if only we could get a Safariland holster for this and a SIG 226. It’ll have to ride my rifle in the meantime. Pretty excited for this release!

    • Jeff says: has holsters for that particular weapon/ light combo

      • jbgleason says:

        +1 for OTG. I have one of their rigs and it is first class.

        • straps says:

          +1 more. Good selection, great quality, and even some design flair thrown in for good measure.

      • TCBA_Joe says:

        Not to sound contrary, but its always easy to find a holster combo in pressed kydex.

        It’s not nearly so easy to find holster setups when looking for a retention or duty holster, which is what people usually mean when they refer to needing a Safariland.

        Pressed kydex is not a stand-in for an ALS or SLS or similar style holster.

        • mike says:

          Thank you, Joe. That’s exactly what I wanted to say in exactly the tone I wanted to say it.

          • Haji says:

            Try contacting Safariland CS. Their holster fits always outpace their literature and website. If that doesn’t work, I can put you in contact with our Federal accounts rep. If it’s on the drawing board, he’ll know about it.

  2. Scott Clark says:

    I wonder if this might be a good light combo to run on a suppressed SBR.

    • Haji says:

      I wouldn’t, primarily for this light’s switchology. Pistol lights are designed so that the switch is somewhat protected by the trigger guard. On a rifle they’re out in the wind and being subject to things they weren’t designed for. YMMV.