BLACKHAWK Legacy X6P, X9P, X6 Night-Ops Hand Held Flashlights

Light it up! The three handheld flashlights from BLACKHAWK are a very good choice in tactical illumination. To me the name BLACKHAWK has always meant quality when it comes to most anything tactical. These three lights are no different. For the person who doesn’t want to spend $100 on a light for their night shooting, or to attach to their shotgun, you will be thrilled with these lights. The Legacy X6 and Legacy X6P are both 5.12 inches long and 1.34 inches in diameter. Both have 65 Lumens, which is equal to a seven D cell flashlight, while still using just two CR123A three-volt batteries. Both use a XENON bulb and have a one-hour runtime with consistent use. Each come with an anti-roll system and a pre-focused penetrating beam that leaves no back shadows on the user. The X6 is made of hard-coat anodized aluminum and is just under $60. The X6P is made of sturdy polymer and is about the same price as the X6.

The big brother is the Legacy X9P. It is 6.25 inches long and 1.25 inches in diameter. It has 120 lumens from a XENON bulb and uses three CR123A batteries. It has the same specifications as its little brother, the X6P.

If you have been looking for that tactical illumination tool but have spent all your fun money on gasoline, then this is the route to getting that problem solved.

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