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AXON

SKU: AXN-SI7B

Unity Tactical

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The pinnacle of remote switch design for weapon-mounted accessories, AXON™ provides complete control of lights and lasers in a single, compact and rugged...
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The pinnacle of remote switch design for weapon-mounted accessories, AXON™ provides complete control of lights and lasers in a single, compact and rugged housing. AXON™ is the direct result of operational feedback from professional end-users on our industry-leading switch technology. Lights and lasers can be fired from individual buttons with versions available for popular issued devices. Its unique design provides tactile differentiation between the two buttons to eliminate confusion in dark, cold and high-stress situations. The light (angled) button features a switch that allows for both momentary and constant activation, while the laser button features a momentary-only button that supports the laser’s double-click-for-constant-on feature. AXON™  is available in SureFire®, Crane Laser, LINK USB-C, DBAL, and NGAL variants.

NOTE:  The GASCAP tailcap (purchased seperately) must be used in conjuction with the LINK USB-C connector:

The new LINK USB-C connector works with the new GASCAP tailcap desginged to retrofit your current Scoutlight weaponlight; the link system allows for near-zero light capacity loss when paired with the GASCAP.

AXON™ Standard models feature each button firing devices independently.  The flat paddle switch will fire the laser device in its selected configuration 'Mode Select' while the raised 45 button will fire the light only.

AXON™ SYNC models will fire the laser independently in its selected configuration 'Mode Select' when the flat paddle switch is depressed, when the raised 45 button pressed it will fire both light and laser in its selected configuration 'Mode Select' simultaneously.

AXON™ DBAL A3 / AXON™ NGAL variants operate in either a Mode Select or Vis Override capacity.

  • Mode Select - in this configuration the device will function exactly like the AXON™ SYNC  listed above.
  • Vis Override - in this configuration the flat paddle switch will fire the laser in its selected configuration 'Mode Select'.  When the raised 45 button is utilized, it will fire the light and laser simultaneously, however the laser will be fired as a visible laser regardless of the mode it is selected for.

AXON™ mounts directly to M1913 Rail, taking up just seven rail slots, while the Rail Clamps feature pass-throughs for zip ties. It also mounts directory to an M-LOK® rail with optional AXON™ M-Lok® Mounting Kit (sold separately).

SPECIFICATIONS:

COMPATIBILITY

  • SureFire®
  • NATO Crane-Spec Port
  • NGAL (LA-23/PEQ)
  • GASCAP
  • Other Variations Available upon Request with MOQ

RAIL MOUNT

  • MIL-STD M1913
  • M-LOK® (Separate AXON™ M-Lok® Mounting Kit (Required)

DIMENSIONS (W X L X H)

  • IN: 1.16 X 2.70 X 0.96
  • CM: 2.95 X 6.86 X 2.44

WEIGHT

  • OZ: 1.6
  • G: 45.5

MATERIAL

  • High-Impact Polymer

CABLE LENGTH

  • 7″ or Custom upon Request with MOQ
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MR
02/21/2024
Mathew R.
United States

Unity Axon

Top notch product! I got the Axon to control my NGAL and Surefire Scout. Incredibly comfortable and easy to use.

VK
06/20/2023
Vladislav K.
Switzerland Switzerland

Haptically perfect - Loose connector

The switch seems like the perfect solution, because the light and laser button are haptically different and the switch is very compact (good if you have only a short handguard on a SBR!) BUT, unfortunately the light connector is loose. While shooting with the light on, it suddenly turned off, and didn‘t got back on after repeated pushing! After i fiddled a little with the connector (rotated left/right) it worked again, but it still flickers sometimes. I have my doubts, that this connector will keept the water out in an OTB operation…