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Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount
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Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount

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SKU 35132
Brand Elzetta

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Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount

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What flashlights will work with Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount?  Every Elzetta ZORM comes with Sizing Adapters, giving the Flashlight Holder the ability to mount flashlights from 0.7 to 1.1 inches in diameter (18 to 27 mm).  This includes flashlights from popular manufacturers such as InForce®, Streamlight®, Pelican®, Laser Devices®, SureFire®, and of course, the Elzetta® ZFL-M60.  (Sizing Adapters are not required when using an Elzetta ZFL-M60 or other 1-inch Light.)

What position does the Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount place the light?  The Elzetta ZORM places the light in a low profile, offset position.  This location is ideal for use with or without vertical foregrips. 

From what materials is the Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount made? The Elzetta ZORM features all metal construction with a main body of micro-textured Mil-Spec Type III Hard Anodized 6061-T6 Aluminum, a matte black stainless steel flashlight clamp, and matte black steel hardware.

Can the Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount be permanently locked to a Mil Std 1913 Picatinny rail?  Yes, the castle- style Thumb Nut may be secured with safety wire or the included cotter pin.

Why are there two tapped holes in the Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount? The two tapped holes accommodate the attachment of an Elzetta ZPR118 Picatinny Rail, which allows the mounting of an additional accessory.

How much does the Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount weigh?  The Flashlight Holder with hardware weighs 2.4oz (68g).

How much of the Mil Std 1913 Picatinny Rail does the Elzetta ZORM Tactical Flashlight Mount cover?  The Elzetta ZORM is 1 3/8" wide (35 mm) and covers 3 bars and 2 slots of a Picatinny Rail.

Where is the Elzetta ZORM made?  All Elzetta products, including the ZORM, are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA using American materials, tooling, and labor.  God bless America!

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