Streamlight TLR-1 Strobe 300 Lumen Rail-Mounted Tactical Light Weapon Light - Black

Weight 0.44 lbs
Dimensions 6.13 × 4.00 × 2.63 in









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Streamlight’s TLR-1 Strobe Tactical Light is an extremely bright and nearly indestructible strobing tactical light that is rail mounted and will attach in seconds to just about any gun you can think of. It even includes keys for S&W 99, S&W TSW, Beretta 90two, Picatinny, and Glock. This strobing light is a compact device which is also lightweight and is powered by lithium batteries. It can be mounted easily for the best tactical situations and features the newest in LED technology that is powered by shock-proof principals. The rail clamp of this model is engineered to attach very rapidly and detach just as quick from the weapon’s side without having to use any annoying tools. The battery door is tethered and there is a latch mechanism that works to prevent there being any loss of the battery door while offering an easy replacement of the batteries. When the strobe is enabled, it can be activated using two or more than two momentary hits of the paddle. The body of this unit is machined from aircraft aluminum that is 6000 series, meaning it has an extremely strong sealed body. Its finish is anodized. These great construction features mean that this tool is resistant to impacts and will operate at hugely contrasting temperatures, from -40F to 120F. It is even waterproof up to 1 meter submerged for an entire 30 minutes. The on/off switch is ambidextrous for the easiest operations. You can double tap the momentary paddle to active the strobe. The light is powered by a pair of 3-volt CR123A lithium batteries, which have a storage life of ten years. The light source itself is an impressive C4 LED tech, shock-proof with a lifetime of over 50,000 hours. The Candela peak beam intensity is an amazing 12,000. With 300 lumens, this light will run for 2.5 hours straight. There is a parabolic reflector which is deep-dish to produce a beam that is highly concentrated and gives a lot of peripheral illumination that remains 100% consistent all the time.

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