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I needed something a bit brighter so this light is no longer being used.  It's a Surefire xc-1...works fine, no problems.  It has a few scuffs (visible in photos) from being holstered, used, etc-nothing that effects function.  Great super small light that uses a common battery (aaa), lights up a room good enough-just a bit too dim for my densely wooded 6 acres.

asking $100 for the light

if you are putting this on a Glock 19, I also have an earth colored Raven Concealment Phantom holster and a Crossbread Supertuck-both made for this gun/light combination.  I'll throw both of those in for another $50.

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