The ZFH1500-T Quick-Release Thumbscrew Model allows the rapid installation and removal of flashlights without tools. This allows one light to be used for both hand-held and weapon-mounted applications. The Thumb Screw Model is highly recommended.
The Elzetta ZFH1500 is a truly unique tactical flashlight holder mount for AR15, M16, and M4 rifles and carbines. Made from a glass-filled polymer, providing outstanding durability, impact resistance, scratch resistance, and light weight, the ZFH1500 attaches to the standard A2 front sight base of AR15 series weapons. Requiring no Picatinny rails for installation, the ZFH1500 is perfect for KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) rifles with standard, M4, or MOE handguards. No rails required! The ZFH1500 withstands tremendous abuse and high temperatures and is in use by thousands of law enforcement officers and tactical officers. Tactical operation is intuitive, ergonomic, and completely ambidextrous. As testimony to its outstanding performance, the Elzetta ZFH1500 has earned the coveted "NTOA Member Tested and Recommended" award from the National Tactical Officers Association.
The Elzetta ZFH1500 comes with Sizing Adapters, giving the Flashlight Holder the ability to mount flashlights from 0.70 to 1.05 inches in diameter (18 to 27 mm). This includes popular flashlights from makers such as InForce, Streamlight, Pelican, Laser Devices, SureFire, and of course, Elzetta.
The Elzetta ZFH1500 is a very cost effective and affordable flashlight mount solutions. The standard model is less than $30 and, since no rails are required, no expensive quad rail systems, front sight base rails, or bayonet lug rails are needed. Keep your standard handguards (or M4 or MOE handguards) and attach your flashlight securely and ergonomically with the Elzetta ZFH1500 Front sight Base Mount.
Elzetta AR-15 Front Sight Base Flashlight Mount with Thumbscrew ZFH1500-T
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