The Elzetta ZRX - Lightweight Tactical Offset Light Rail Mount
What flashlights will work with Elzetta ZRX Tactical Flashlight Mount? The Elzetta ZRX is made for flashlights with standard one-inch (1") bodies and will accommodate a range from 0.94 to 1.04 inches (23.8 to 26.4 mm). This includes many popular tactical flashlights including the Streamlight PolyTac , Surefire 6P and Surefire G2 Series
From what materials is the Elzetta ZRX Tactical Flashlight Mount made? The Elzetta ZRX clamping rings are made fro micro-textured Mil-Spec Type III Hard Anodized aluminum with subdued black-on-black engraving. The body is a lightweight glass-reinforced polymer. Hardware is steel.
How much does the Elzetta ZRX Tactical Flashlight Mount weigh? The ZRX weighs an incredibly lightweight 1.1oz (32g).
How much of the Mil Std 1913 Picatinny Rail does the Elzetta ZRX Tactical Flashlight Mount cover? The Elzetta ZRX is 1 3/8" wide (35 mm) and covers 3 bars and 2 slots of a Picatinny Rail.
Where is the Elzetta ZRX made? All Elzetta products, including the ZRX, are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA using American materials, tooling, and labor.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
This flashlight mount is quite wonderful. Bought for an M-4 build. I mounted it on a magpul handrail on the 10 o'clock position facing down. Also, I have a vertical grip. This permits activation of my surefire 6px fire source with my left thumb, but still maintaining a real catch on the vertical grip. Mounting is relatively easy and straightforward. I'd strongly recommend this bracket for sure!.