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NRAAM 2017 – SureFire XH15 Ultra Holster Light

The new MasterFire Holster from SureFire requires the use of a light designed specifically for use with the holster.  We’ve all seen the x300/400 series lights but SureFire is introducing a new polymer weapon light intended specifically for use with the MasterFire Holster.

Hitting the market by early Summer, the XH15 should come in at around $100. It features a MaxVision beam amd relies on a single CR123A bettery to offer 350 lumens for 1.25 hours.

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20 Responses to “NRAAM 2017 – SureFire XH15 Ultra Holster Light”

  1. Gerard says:

    The new surefire light is 100, the new Surefire holster for it is 500, Surefire math.

  2. LOL says:

    These dudes are kings at completely missing the mark. They set the standard for making stuff nobody wants or asks for. It’s truly remarkable.

  3. Alex says:

    I remember when people complained when the single cell X300 that was advertised for a previous SHOT show was cancelled.

    Guess it’s finally here but cheaper and in polymer!

    • Balake says:

      People complained of that light being cancelled (myself included) because it was meant for compact guns. i.e. HK45C, M&P9c etc… This is still a light for full frame pistols, leaving Surefire out of the game as far as compact pistol lights.

  4. RFfromNOVA says:

    Yeah. I guess the math adds up that it’s better to create a new light that needs a new holster. How about a light that is a guide rod replacement so I can use any holster I want. Techs supposed to get smaller not bigger and that light looks bigger than the X300U.

  5. Alex says:

    I think this was a good move for surefire. A weaponlight that undercuts Streamlight and Inforce’s price point is great for the commercial home-defense handgun market.
    HSLD types may want to stick to the X300’s durability and output for duty use, but I think this is perfect as an inexpensive indoor light for a nightstand gun.
    Not everyone needs/wants 500 lumens nor is willing to pay half the price of their gun to make it a more effective defensive tool.

    • Sean says:

      Meanwhile, I’ll be buying the new inforce compact apl because it mounts flush with the end of my g19.

  6. SamHill says:

    Cool idea, I just wish it was implemented for all of our existing X300U’s.

  7. Kevin says:

    I am betting that I will be in the minority here, but my kingdom for a DG switch for this. Curse my mutant sized hands!

  8. Vince says:

    I hate to be negative here but this thing looks like a donkey’s dick hanging from the end of that Glock. Aesthetics are important sometimes with high end tools. I expected better design from Surefire, who is usually spot on.

  9. Jason says:

    I sure hope it’s better than the XC-1. Going on my third one that is inbound, since my first two didn’t work or failed.

  10. Joe_momma says:

    Early summer this will be released;
    Mid summer these will be on IG stippled.

  11. Invictus says:

    Good to see that the Hi Point design team is still finding work.

  12. Dylan says:

    So is anyone gonna acknowledge how this is a blatant and shitty copy of the Blackhawk Omnivore?