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HFR-M Light w/Helmet Mount

Versatility is a vital component of success in current combat operations. The HFR-M (Hands Free Recon) brings this to the fight, acting as a force multiplier giving the warfighter the ability to do more.

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Item # 30-000287 NSN # 6230-01-600-0971
  • Size: 2.99" x 2.99" x 1.74"
  • Weight: 3.92 oz. / CR123 Battery & helmet mount
  • Weight: 4.19 oz. / AA Battery
  • Lumens: 59 Lumens /
  • 100 Lumen Burst capability
  • Run Time: 6.00 hours
  • AA or CR123 Batteries
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Features

  • Reversible universal clip; attachable to MOLLE webbing; para-cord adaptable
  • Mounting - mounted to the helmet, MOLLE vest, hand-held or table-top this light brings high intensity llumination where it is needed.
  • 360-degree Light Articulation - for visibility at every angle.
  • Four Color Outputs - White, Red, NVIS (low detection by NVG's & full color rendering for map reading) and IR.
  • Multi-Mode Output - LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH or BEACON mode.
  • Interchangeable Battery Technology - (AA or CR123) Troops downrange simply need to grab whatever is available and roll out.
  • All in all, this light will last for hours off of a single battery.

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5 Bicyclist Dennis - MAY 31, 2015

You sell a money clip with a potentially lethal knife, to the public. You make this flashlight a military item, that the public can not buy. Come-on...a canteen is a military item, but it may be sold to the public. Open this product up to Bicyclists too.

1 Really? Ben - APR 24, 2015

Gerber makes some of the finest knives and tooks that money can buy...and then ensures that you can't buy them by requiring credentials. Come on guys, this is a flashlight, not a switchblade knife. The inability to buy Gerber products is why a bunch of people are switching to SOG.

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