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#1 User is offline   Capy 

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Posted 26 March 2005 - 03:24 PM

The M90X Rattlesnake is made with precision aircraft aluminum. It compares to the Surfire Taclights but it is half the price. I have used the M90X Rattlesnake on 3 separate occasions now. I mounted it to my Tippmann A5 on a forward combat stock with weaver rails on all four sides. The M90X Rattlesnake uses the same mounting hardware as anyother taclight. You can purchase the 1” scope mounts from Wal-Mart which work just fine. This light will either use 3 CR123 Lithium batteries or 2 x LRB-168A Li-ion recharable batteries.

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I normally do not used a remote pressure switch but simply placed the rear of the light with in easy access of my thumb for a quick press of the rear tail cap button which is a momentary switch. This has worked out very well for me. I just recently placed the Gun Cable rear cap on the light to give me that extra flexibility in placing the light on the gun. The Gun Cable Tail Cap also has a push button on the side so you may turn the light on for hands free operation.

This light is absolutely incredible. It has a blinding 195 lumens of power that stops your target in their tracks. I use the light in conjunction with my Gen 3 NVG’s. It really helps convince your target that the first ball was not an accident and they need to leave the field. I have actually had players and ref’s come up to me during the game and want information on this light.

http://www.expresslinktrading.com/Folders/...0M90/m90h01.jpg

If you’re in the market for a taclight, please do yourself a favor and go to the web site below and check out the many different lights and accessories. Don’t be fooled by the incredible low prices. These are commercial grade units and you will not be disappointed!

http://www.expresslinktrading.com/

This post has been edited by Capy: 26 March 2005 - 04:03 PM

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Posted 26 March 2005 - 09:44 PM

Thanks for the review... I use a Surefire tac light but will look to maybe get one of these to test for the rest of my team to use.
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