Streamlight 69260 TLR-1 HL 1000-Lumen Tactical Weapon Mount Light With Rail Locating Keys & Lithium Batteries, Black - Box Packaged
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The newer tlr 1 is said to have 1000 lumens. I ordered two, one of which had a yellow sticker on the box that read "1000 lumens." However, it still says 800 lumens on the rest of the box. The other item I ordered does not need to be adhered to anything. They are identical, and I believe the 1,000 lumens sticker is merely a marketing ploy. The 800 has the same brightness. In fact, the one I got without the 1000lumen sticker is a slightly brighter white than the one I got with the sticker.
Yes, rail keys are included for any pistol with a rail.
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The Steamlight's on/off/strobe switch received rave reviews, which I found particularly appealing. It's incredibly simple to play with - the continuous on/strobe with your trigger finger or the periodic on/strobe with your support hand thumb) I installed it on my Glock G40 and am very pleased with it. I bought the 10mm for a hunting sidearm, and I wanted a light that could'reach out' and illuminate the area. That's exactly what this light does! You can see things from afar in the woods at night. I also liked the beam, which appears to be slightly wider than the Surefire (for the same reason I chose it for use in the woods). Warning. It is bright, so depending on the angle you are with a wall, etc. , you may be blinded if you use it in a home or enclosed environment. Overall, I'm very pleased with the quality and functionality for around $80 less than I would have paid for the Surefire. 1 HL. NOTE: THIS IS AN EXTREMELY IMPORTANT NOTE: If you buy this light, take a minute to watch a video on how to open the battery compartment on YouTube. The printed instructions are terrible, and if you don't pull the lever all the way back to 'pop' the compartment open, you'll be frustrated trying to open it (without breaking it).
I have other Streamlights, Surefires, and other flashlights, but the Streamlight HL series is without a doubt my favorite. There are a number of reasons for this. The ability to perform. My main RECCE rifle, as well as my main side arm, are both equipped with Streamlights. After years of hard use, neither of them has yet to let me down. They are unbeatable in terms of price. Although no light lasts indefinitely, some last longer than others and are less expensive to replace! This light performs as well as your best surefire at a fraction of the price; I tested it against my surefire and found that the Streamlight is actually better and holds up just as well to my abuse. It is true that size matters. It's not too heavy, and it protrudes just enough to avoid snagging while also clearing the barrel and providing excellent all-around illumination. And, above all, Great Light. It produces a lot of light and has a great center spot with plenty of spill to keep you well lit. Not only this light, but all Streamlight products, come highly recommended from me! They're not going to let you down.
I've had this light on my P320 Compact Carry for a while now and have absolutely no complaints. It stays on the gun every time I go to the range and has seen 1700 rounds of standard plinking ammo and numerous magazines of various P defensive rounds. It has thrown itself off my nightstand with the force of a loaded (albeit empty) gun. I have complete confidence in this light to help me protect my property and work when I need it most. br>It is nearly as bright as my Nitecore P12 (1000 Lumens) EDC light, which is rated at 800 lumens. The throw is excellent, and it has a focused beam with excellent peripheral coverage that illuminates entire rooms while disorienting anyone on the other side. br>Another P320 Carry tip Owners of a compact: Use the TSW 99 rail peg to get the light on the second notch so it sits closer to the trigger guard.
I bought two Streamlight 69220 TLR-II flashlights. Then there were three flashlights, and then there were three flashlights, and then there the most recent This Streamlight 69260 TLR-II is a TLR-II flashlight from Streamlight. a single flashlight They're all good combat/tactical flashlights, but I think the Streamlight 69220 TLR-X is the best value for money and size. The number three represents the best overall value and design. TLR-69260 from Streamlight The 1 is only *slightly* brighter, but it has a much larger form factor. This year's light installation was on a long-term project. Glock 10mm slide- Where real estate isn't an issue, I stayed with the TLR- br>br>The result (the TLR-) is shown below. The TLR- 1 is on the left, while the 1 is on the right. On the right is number three). I'd recommend the TLR-100 as a compact pistol. For a complete list of services, click here. the length or the size I'd choose the TLR- if I had to choose a slide pistol.
In seconds, it was attached to my home defense pistol, and all it took was a quarter to secure it. Concerned about the HL being too bright - nope - illuminates a room, garage, or yard section in the same way that a safe search and scan would. The strobe function is turned on by default and is a brilliant way to de-stress. In the dark, intensify a defensive situation. They even include two batteries in the package. br>br>UPDATE: br>br> I went to the shooting range and saw something large and black flying through the air after five shots - the TLR- I guess I didn't tighten it all the way. I reinstalled it and tightened it up as much as I could without cracking the mounting plate. There are five more shots available. Guess what flew through the air and landed on the verge of landing in my range bag? Light is something I admire; I really like your concept. However, if you want to hit your target in the dark in the first four shots, you'll need to bring an extra flashlight. It was disappointing. I would have bought something else if I wanted a powerful light to hold. What good is it if it won't stay on the pistol? I brought it home, cleaned it up, put some guntite on the screw, and then cranked it down as hard as I could without cracking the housing. It only lasted ten shots at the range before flying away. br>br>I contacted Streamlight, and after dealing with two different people and getting the runaround, I was directed to their website, where they advertise that their warranty covers everything except the bulb and batteries. Obviously, if the light does not stay on the weapon, it is "defective. " Outside of Amazon's return policy, there isn't much that can be done.
It's a light in a tank. br>When on a range trip, smear chapstick on your lens to avoid carbon buildup- With chapstick, I was able to remove the carbon.
I've been putting off purchasing a light for one of my pistols due to the high cost. This TLR- 1 HL cost around $105 to me, which I thought was a good deal. Until I was able to get my hands on it. Now I believe it was AMAZINGLY REASONABLE! I think pictures are more powerful than words. I took a quick photo of it next to my 300 lumen Cree style flashlight. There aren't enough words to describe how wonderful this light is.