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Streamlight 69260 TLR-1 HL High Lumen Rail-Mounted Tactical Light. The TLR-1 HL provides a 800 lumen blast of light for maximum illumination while clearing a room or searching an alley. Its wide beam pattern, lights up large areas so you can identify who or what is nearby. C4 LED delivers 12,000 candela peak beam intensity; 800 lumens. TIR optic produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination. Runs 1.25-Hours. Solid-state current regulation for consistent illumination level. It has an ambidextrous momentary/steady On-Off switch. Double tap momentary paddle to activate strobe. Securely fits a broad range of weapons; includes keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99 and S&W TSW. Mounts directly to handguns with Glock-style rails and to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails. One handed snap-on and tighten interface keeps hands away from muzzle when attaching/detaching. Made up of 6000 series machined aircraft aluminum with anodized finish and shock-mounted glass lens. Tethered battery door and latch mechanism prevents battery door loss while providing easy battery replacement. Operating temperature: -40 to +120 Degree Fahrenheit. IPX7 waterproof to 1-meter for 30-Minutes. User programmable strobe can be enabled/disabled. Powered by two 3V CR123A lithium batteries (included). Serialized for positive identification. Length: 3.39-inch (8.61 cm); Weight: 4.18-ounce (118.6 grams). Comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
Best bang for your buck in the gunlight world.
35 people found this helpful.
I’ve had this light on my P320 Compact Carry for some time now, have ZERO gripes about it. Every time I go to the range it stays on the gun and has endured 1700+ rounds of standard plinking ammo, and many magazines of various +P defensive rounds. It has taken tumbles off my nightstand with the full force of a loaded (albeit unchambered) gun. I explicitly trust this light to help me protect my property and work when I need it the most.
69 people found this helpful.
it blinded my wife for about 5 seconds so it gets 5 stars!!
231 people found this helpful.
I ordered this about two months ago and mounted it on my Glock 21. The end of the flashlight sticks out just a tiny bit farther than the barrel.
Great light for the right purpose.
16 people found this helpful.
Great Light! Surprisingly and ridiculously bright.Beautiful bright white light with perfect splash. The quick detach functions awesomely and is very handy. I have owned this light for a couple months now and it surpassed my expectations for the price. The light is great for hunting at night through wooded area or large open fields. Too bright, however, for a home defense light. You will blind yourself trying to verify your target. You are better off with the 300 lumen version (still great). The controls feel quality but do take some awareness on your part to not accidentally bump them on, because they are light to the touch. I ruined my night vision a few times hunting in a blind before resolving to pay attention to that. That blind lit up like a lighthouse. Luckily the pigs I hunt don’t care too much about random flashes of light. You will love this light!
"steady-on" Mounted easily on a ruger american pistol
5 people found this helpful.
Very powerful. Wish you could switch the push direction for “momentary on” vs. “steady-on”
Best tac light ever.
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One of the brightest and best tac lights I have ever had. I have owned quite a few, but this one is head and shoulders above. It is hard to describe how bright it is, but if you need the dark to become (sometimes brighter than) daylight then you can count on this light. I haven’t ran any empircal tests on battery life, but it seems to hold a charge for about how long you expect an extremely bright and powerful device to drain CR123 batteries. It get VERY VERY HOT when used continuously for more than a few seconds. If you put your palm over it and turn it on, you will feel the heat and want to move your had within 10 seconds. The good thing about that is you might feel it if it accidentally turns on.
Favorite gun light
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This is a tough little light. I know a lot of people prefer the Surefire, and don’t get me wrong Surefire makes very high quality lights, but at a very high price point. I personally prefer the oversized switches on the TLR1 compared to the switches on the X300, and with the TLR1 being half the price it’s an easy decision. That being said, both are very good lights that I would not hesitate to throw on a duty or carry gun. 800 lumens is nothing to scoff at and makes clearing buildings a breeze. Battery run time is a little disappointing, but the Surefire has the same issue. The attachment method is simple and very easy.
This light is the Bombdiggity!
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I purchased the Streamlight 69260 TLR-1 for my Gen4 Glock 35 and am very impressed with the product. My agency provides a holster for weapon mounted lights, so I was ready to rock and roll when the light arrived. It should go without saying, but I’ll throw it in here anyway: MAKE SURE YOUR FIREARM IS UNLOADED, PRIOR TO MOUNTING THE TLR-1 TO IT! The instructions provided already state the obvious, but you know there’s always one out there..😳
Really Like It on my AR
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Extremely bright. If you used this in a home in the dark or low light you would blind anyone without having to put it directly in their face. My wife says this light is “cruel” (unattached to the rifle she “volunteered” to be a test subject) and said it was completely disorienting and left her partly blind and seeing spots for a few minute. That was with 1-2 seconds of stobe light to the face at ~5 yards. Outdoors it lights up a large area at night… far distances too. I can see clearly 50 yards out (know because it’s ~50 yards from my back window to backyard fence). I use this on my AR at the 3 o’clock. It works best for my grip. With practice I have it so I can flick the switch quickly in the ‘constant on’ direction and then quickly switch it ‘on’ causing the light to say in constant stobe mode. I am also able to easily turn it ‘on’ constantly or just tap it in the other direction for light until I release the tab, or double tap the tab in that same direction to stobe it until release the tab. Point is it takes practice to get it down so you can do it everytime without thinking about it, but it’s easy to figure out and the variety of functions is great. I also ran 1500rds through the AR with the light on it and the light didn’t move at all, tightening screw didn’t loosen and there was zero effect on functioning. I now don’t keep the light on the rifle at the range, cause there is no point (unless I wanted to look cool I guess), but I know it will stay in place and work when I need it. Just keep practicing with it (on an unloaded firearm) as you would anything you want to master under stress.