First Look: Adaptive Tactical EX Performance Tactical Light Fore-end

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posted on June 9, 2021
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Adaptive Tactical LLC makes innovative firearm stocks and accessories, and they have recently updated their EX Performance Tactical Light Fore-end. The EX Performance Tactical Light Fore-end is designed for reliability and performance. The fore-end is an ideal for quickly and easily upgrade to an existing or newly purchased Remington or Mossberg shotgun to make it  a more versatile home defense firearm. The recently redesigned EX Performance Tactical Light Fore-end is the ideal solution for every shotgun owner’s low light firearm needs and can be easily incorporated into a training regimen or set up for home defense.

The compact, powerful 300-lumen tactical flashlight seamlessly integrates into the fore-end body of your shotgun and has a run time of up to three hours. There are three levels of illumination: Momentary on, constant on, or rapid strobe, and the beam pattern of the shotgun is designed to offer wide, smooth beams ideal for close-range shotgun applications.

Powered by two AA batteries (included), the Tactical Light has a tempered glass lens and aluminum bezel with a defense chamfer edge and is housed in a weatherproof, high-strength reinforced polymer housing with a patented quick-detach thumbscrew rail clamp. The removable light reveals a two-inch Picatinny rail for attaching other accessories. The rail may also be concealed under the included nose cap.

Designed for fast installation, the EX Performance Tactical Light Fore-end is compatible with the Remington 870 12 gauge and Mossberg 500 & 88, 590 and 590M 12 gauge pump shotguns. The Mossberg Maverick 88 and other shotguns with integrated action bars require the purchase of a fore-end slide assembly from Mossberg or other retailer. The EX Performance Tactical Light Fore-end is not compatible with any model of the Mossberg Shockwave.

MSRP for the EX Performance Tactical Light Fore-end is $129.99, and for more information on this product or other gear from Adaptive Tactical, please visit adaptivetactical.com.

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