Axeon Optics just announced the release of its newest defensive pistol light, the MPL1. The Axeon MPL1 delivers 300 lumens in a lightweight, compact platform featuring ergonomic switches and three different light modes.
Axeon MPL1 Pistol Light
The MPL1 helps maximize threat identification, according to Axeon. The lightweight, ultra-compact platform provides a slender option. The powerful flashlight mounts to the accessory rail of the handgun. The MPL1 universally fits most popular handgun models, according to Axeon.
The unit features a master on/off switch just below the rail. The switc prevents accidental power to the light. With the master switch engaged, defensive carriers can ambidextrously activate the dual instant on/off buttons.
A single AAA battery powers the MPL1. It produces 300 lumens for a constant run tie of 30 minutes. The system should work well for home defense, self-defense and concealed carry.
The Aexon MPL1 packs vital target identification and illumination capabilities into a what the company claims is the smallest under-muzzle mounting light.
Whether you carry in your truck, on the belt or use a pistol for home defense–or all the above–identifying threats remains paramount. We all maintain a moral, ethical and legal responsibility for every round we fire downrange. And when things go bump in the night, stress can always impair judgement. So you owe it to your self to see what’s in front of you.
The MPL1 retails for $44.99. For even more info, please visit axeonoptics.com.
Axeon MPL1 Pistol Light Features
- Compact, Bright Tactical LED Light
- Fits a Wide Variety of Handgun Rails
- Securely mounts to most universal-rail-equipped handguns
- Runs on a Single AAA Battery
- Easy, front-access battery compartment
- Ambidextrous and Instant-On/Off Switch on Back of Light
- Master On/Off Switch prevents unwanted operation
- 300 Lumen Light Output
- 30 Minute Run Time
- Ideal for every day concealed carry use
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