Snagged one of these the other day and I'm quite impressed with it. The standard Modbuttons have been total unobtainium since they launched in the middle of the pandemic, so when BigTexOutdoors dropped their exclusive "Lite" version, I snagged it up as I already have a scout mount.
The button activation is tuned nicely, being very tactile and completely silent.
ModLite claims that the switch will deliver full power to modern lights using high output 18650 rechargeable batteries (such as Surefire M600/M640, ModLite OKW/PLHv2, and Arisaka offerings).
Unfortunately I don't have any experience with Surefire tape switches to compare against, but I see no reason to get one with ModLite's current offerings.
As I noted above, this is my first set up with a tape switch, so any suggestions on set up is always appreciated. Pic below of my current layout.
Looks nice! It seems to be dedicated to 30-06 only! Good if you reload that round. I have 2 sets of 30-06 dies but I only have one rifle that uses it and I don't hunt nor do I shoot that gun at all so no need to reload.
Good deal if you have a use for it. It looks to be in great shape!
You can send Walther CS an email. I had contacted them when my PPQ trigger return spring failed and they sent me a replacement with a spare (occurred at 12k rounds for those curious).
Taking the PPQ apart is no more difficult than a Glock or any other striker fired gun. You should be able to do it with help from YouTube and a few punches as Stu already said.
Is that the way some people do it? I guess that would get pretty tiresome. I use a wire scoop to dig out the brass, 95% of the media falls away, then I dump it into a strainer until it's full, and then shake out the rest of the media. That gets out 99%. Lastly, as I inspect each case, I tap out the last few bits that may remain. There are tumblers that look like BINGO ball cage, to shake out every last bit of media too. I don't mind tapping the cases as I inspect them before I toss them into the deprime/reloading bucket.