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MAX DIAMETER: ㅤSmall 1.125" ㅤ/ㅤ Medium 1.25" ㅤ/ㅤ Large 1.45"
- Prevent negligent white light discharges
- Prevent downrange reflection
- Keep carbon off your lens
The highly reflective head of a weapon light is a glaring hole (literally) in the camouflage system of your rifle. The LightCap is a durable, quiet, low profile, and user serviceable cap that eliminates that reflection and fits a majority of weapon lights on the market.
The LightCap is designed with an integral lever that allows the shooter to flip the LightCap off the bezel of the light for rapid deployment of the white light. The included ranger band allows the LightCap to be retained near the bezel when removed so that it can be quickly placed back over the bezel.
The LightCap also acts as a safety against negligent light discharges that would reveal the user’s position. This is especially important if running night vision and IR laser/illuminators where an unplanned white light discharge could be catastrophic.
Weapon lights are not the only application for LightCap. They can be attached to helmet flashlights or any other rail mounted lighting solution you might need.
If you buy a LightCap™ and aren’t completely happy with it, send it back for a full refund. No questions asked. We love our products and believe you will too.
WHAT YOU GET
INCLUDES: 1x LightCap™, 1x Ranger Band, 2x 12” sections of shock cord
HOW IT'S MADE
The LightCap™ is made in the USA from an incredibly durable, UV-resistant thermoplastic. The LightCap™ is affixed with American made, rubber core shock cord and the included ranger band is made from EPDM Rubber with outstanding heat, UV, and saltwater resistance.
When properly tensioned, LightCap™ should not "rattle" during movement. To properly tension, first ensure that the ranger band is installed far back enough so that the LightCap™ can completely clear the bezel when flipped to the side. In this position, remove slack by pulling on the shock cord behind the ranger band.