Smith & Wesson drops new Delta Force weapon-mountable lights

The Delta Force lights are the latest additions to hit the Smith & Wesson gear lineup. (Photo: Smith & Wesson)

The weapon mounted Delta Force lights are the latest additions to hit the Smith & Wesson gear lineup. (Photo: Smith & Wesson)

Smith & Wesson expands its accessory offerings, launching the Delta Force RM-20 and RM-10 weapon-mountable lights for hands-free use.

The lights come with pic rail mounts and are built with a remote on/off button that offers high, low and strobe settings in addition to a momentary on function. The lights boast memory retention which allows users to resume their last light setting. Both models are made from anodized aerospace aluminum, boasting water and impact resistance. In addition, the crenulated flashlight head provides a durable design that also lends itself to self-defense.

The Delta Force RM-10 measures 4-inches, tipping scales at just under 4-ounces with batteries. Powered by one CR123 battery, which is included, the light serves up 1 hour and 10 minutes of runtime on high and 3 hours and 55 minutes on low. With a 500 lumen light output, the RM-10 offers a beam distance of 204 meters.

The Delta Force RM-20 is 5.31-inches long, weighing just under 5-ounces with batteries. Using two CR123 batteries, the RM-20 boasts a runtime of 1 hour and 15 minutes on high and 11 hours and 25 minutes on low. Featuring a 900 lumen output, the light provides a beam distance of up to 272 meters.

The RM-10 and RM-20 are available from Smith & Wesson, with the RM-10 touting a price of $74.99 and the RM-20 coming in at $94.99.

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