I got a response email from Digilight and they informed me that the remote switch was on order and that one it does come in that they will have it on their website.
Thanks for the info. Link it here when you come across it. I don't have a digilight but might buy one if I can get all the accessories to mount it on an 870 for cheap.Eric_Oh said:I got a response email from Digilight and they informed me that the remote switch was on order and that one it does come in that they will have it on their website.
If you are referring to the dark spot that forms in the middle of the beam, yes.loonybin said:I noticed that the 1000XB is adjustable for beam. Does it have the dreaded "black hole" in the center when adjusted for wide flood?
Well i still haven't run this battery down yet so i can't say for run time, but i'm pleased so far. I have no experience with the other lights so can't compare. The bulb is attached to the metal disc as is the spare that comes with it.loonybin said:How does runtime compare to a Surefire 2 battery light (G2, 6P, C2, etc.)? Is the bulb bi-pin or like Surefire's?
Haven't mounted to a gun so can't comment on resilience against shock. But it seems to be a pretty solidly built piece. If i had to do it all over again, i would still get it... and maybe one more as a gift for a friend.loonybin said:For the price, I might get one for my AR if the beam is quality enough & it can handle the recoil of a rifle (albeit low for a 5.56).
Say, Old School! I can't find where to buy the DigiLight on your website. I can find the mount, but I will use a different one.