Firefield Rival XL Foregrip Flashlight and Laser Combo Manual (FF35010K/ FF35011K)
Firefield’s newest Foregrip-and-Flashlight combination is the perfect addition
to any M-LOK styled AR rail. The foregrip is compact, lightweight and features
durable composite and metal construction with a matte-black finish. The
integrated 5mW red laser/flashlight emits powerful illumination with 300-
yard nighttime visibility. The laser also delivers 20-yard daytime visibility. The
Rival XL Foregrip Flashlight Red Laser Combination is a valuable accessory
for short-range shooters and hunters alike in any lighting conditions.
• Compact and lightweight
• Ergonomic switch activation
• 5mW green laser
• Windage and elevation adjustable
• Quick target acquisition
• 600 yards visibility at night
• Up to 50 yards visibility in daylight
1. Laser apertures
2. Elevation/Windage adjustments
3. Flashlight aperture/ battery cap
4. Power/ light brightness button
5. Laser/ light mode Select button
6. Mounting bolts/ nuts
7. Spacer section
8. Hand stop section
9. Angled grip section
INSTALLING THE BATTERY:
The lasers and lights are powered by one CR123A battery. Should
the laser or light grow dim or not activate, the battery needs to be
replaced. To install a new battery:
1. Unscrew the battery cap (3) counterclockwise.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Insert a CR123A batteries positive (+) side first.
4. Turn clockwise to close. Do not over tighten.
ON OFF OPERATION:
The light is controlled using the buttons (4) for the light
1. Push the button down.
2. A click should be heard, and the light will activate.
3. Press again to cycle through high brightness, low brightness, and
strobe mode for the light.
4. Hold the button down to shut off the unit
1. Loosen the mount by rotating the bolt (6) counterclockwise.
2. Attach the mount to the bottom half of your firearm’s M-LOK rail by
aligning the M-LOK nut (6) in to one of the M-LOK slots.
3. Tighten the bolt clockwise. Determine if the foregrip position is
comfortable and that the firearm feels balanced. If not, remove the
foregrip, reposition and repeat steps 1 to 3.
4. Finally, use the hex key to tighten the mount bolt until it is securely
attached to the firearm. Do not over tighten.
ZEROING THE LASER:
Zeroing and test firing should be performed safely on a firing range.
Laser boresights are a quick and accurate method to sighting in all
weapon sights. If the firearm’s optical sight is already zeroed, the
laser can be zeroed by aligning the laser dot to the crosshair’s center.
Adjustments to the laser dot are made by operating the windage and
The laser is controlled using the button (5)
1. Push the button down.
2. A click should be heard, and the laser will activate.
4. Hold the button down to shut off the unit.
OPERATING WINDAGE/ ELEVATION ADJUSTMENTS:
In order to make windage and elevation adjustments:
1. Locate the windage and elevation adjustments (2).
2. Rotate the windage and elevation adjustments to move the alignment
of the laser dot using the provided hex key.
Proper maintenance of the Firefield lasers and lights is recommended
to ensure longevity. It is recommended to remove the battery to ensure
the laser will not activate during maintenance procedures. When the
sight becomes dirty it should be wiped down with a dry or slightly
damp cloth. To clean off dirt, debris, or oils from the laser’s aperture,
first make sure the laser is deactivated. Apply denatured alcohol to the
cotton swab first and using small circular motions clean the laser’s lens
with the cotton swab. Allow the alcohol to evaporate. Afterward, use
your breath to fog the lens. Immediately afterward use a new cotton
swab to clean the lens again to remove any residue. No further maintenance is required.
Before handling the laser sight, read and understand the contents of
your firearm’s manual, and the Firefield BattleTek laser/ lights manual.
Follow all standard safety precautions and procedures during firearm
operation, even when the laser sight is not in use.
• NEVER point the laser sight directly at, or into, an eye. This may
cause damage to the eye, or blindness.
• Avoid looking directly into the laser.
• Avoid shining the laser into mirrors or other reflective surfaces.
• ALWAYS check the chamber of your weapon is clear before mounting
or dismounting the laser sight.
• The laser sight should be tested during periods of non-use to make
sure it is still operating properly.
FAILURE to follow standard firearm safety precautions and procedures,
as well as the above warnings, is dangerous and may result in serious
injury, damage to property, or death.
CAUTION-USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENT OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULTS IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
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