SureFire M720V RAID WeaponLight – White and IR Output

The variable-output M720V RAID WeaponLight produces brilliant 150-lumen white light…

The variable-output M720V RAID WeaponLight produces brilliant 150-lumen white light or 240 milliwatts of infrared output for use with night vision devices—with no need for IR filters or spare lamps. Simply push and twist the self-locking selector ring on the dual-spectrum V-series head to switch between white light or IR illumination—or select the “disable” setting to prevent accidental discharges. In either spectrum mode, the M720V’s TIR lens produces a tight beam suited for close- to medium-range applications with sufficient peripheral illumination for situational awareness. The highly efficient LEDs are virtually immune to failure since there’s no filament to burn out or break. It comes with a pressure-activated SR07-M720V tape switch (with a 7″ cable) that can be positioned where you choose. If your remote switch becomes damaged or disconnected, rotate your RAID WeaponLight’s white-light selector switch to “;flashlight” mode and activate it directly via its integral pushbutton dome switch. (This same pushbutton switch provides low navigational white light when “flashlight” mode is not selected.) This selector switch also lets you choose three different white-light output settings: high, medium, or strobe. The IR selector switch, located on opposite side, offers high-, medium-, and low-output settings when IR mode is selected on head. The M720V attaches solidly to your Picatinny rail via our Swing-Lever™ clamp, which self-adjusts to out-of-spec rails and features a lever lock to prevent loosening from recoil or impact. Built to withstand the rigors of combat, the M720V is constructed of high-strength aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec hard anodizing for superior toughness and corrosion resistance and optically coated tempered glass for durability and maximum light transmission. It’s also O-ring and gasket sealed to keep out dust, dirt, and moisture. Available in black or desert sand.


Fits: Rifles, carbines, or submachine guns with a Picatinny rail on the forend. (See our Picatinny Rail Forends).

Virtually indestructible white and IR LEDs regulated to maximize light output and runtime
Switches—Momentary/constant-on SR07-M720V tape switch (7″ cable), momentary/constant-on pushbutton dome switch
Mounting system—Integral Swing-Lever™ clamp for Picatinny rails
Construction—High-strength aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec anodizing; coated, tempered window
Weatherproof—O-ring and gasket sealed
Includes high-energy 123A batteries with 10-year shelf life
Available in Black (BK) or Desert Sand (TN)


Load Comments
  • spc of the army

    foxtrot uniform sanchez

  • Merlin

    Damn, i thought it was a pistollight, looked damn good….

  • Sanchez

    I found that comment really funny….$800 is fairly reasonable if you think about. Keep in mind that the intended customer for this Way Cool Lite is not yoi and me, it’s intended for the same people that pay $2000 for a toilet that can withstand nuclear was aboard a B52, or that pays 12 billion dollars for a B2 STEALTH Bomber and then only breaks the cobwebs off of it once a year 2 drop 4 bombs in Libya. Wait they coulda hit those same targets with a $1.2 million dollar tomahawk.
    Oh wait, you and I really are the intended customers, AMERICAN TAX PAYER….So I guess I should check my UPS delivery, mine should arrive shortly. NOT

    All joking asside, it would go great on my Benelli M4, matching my Surefire picatinney fore end, , ,On good ole Uncle Sam didn’t buy or issue it to me….

  • Allen

    That light, while cool, is not 800$ worth of cool. Other then this being a new item for the sellers why would you put this up on the website. This is so far out there in price for the people who read your site and the gun rags you offer its laughable. Get real and put up things that people can and will buy. Damn.