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First Look: Blackhawk & Streamlight Partner for Tactical Weaponlights

First Look: Blackhawk & Streamlight Partner for Tactical Weaponlights

Blackhawk has been a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, and now they are partnering with Streamlight to deliver two tactical weapon lights, the TLR1-HL and TLR-7A Flex. Streamlight tactical lights are already popular among shooters, and these new models are designed to fit several Blackhawk holsters such as the Blackhawk T-Series lineup. In addition, the TLR1-HL light is compatible with the Blackhawk Omnivore holster. 

With 1,000 lumens and a 928-foot beam at the ready, the TLR1-HL is designed to provide maximum visibility when illuminating a room, alley or other wide space. Meanwhile, the TLR-7A features 500 lumens and a 459-foot beam, but also comes with an ergonomic, ambidextrous on/off switch that can be customized for either a low or high position to match a user’s grip style.

Both lights feature a rail clamp system that securely attaches the light to the pistol without tools and without  needing to put your hands in front of the muzzle. The TLR1-HL mounts directly on Glock-style and Picatinny rails, and includes keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90-Two, S&W 99, S&W TSW and SIG P320 use. 

With their anodized machined aluminum and IPX7 waterproof rating, these Streamlight models are designed to withstand both the test of time and of rigorous field use. The TLR1-HL can run up to 1.5 hours on two CR123A lithium batteries and the TLR-7A can run up to 1.5 hours on one CR123A lithium battery. A safe "Off" feature also prevents accidental activation and saves battery life.

The lights feature a black finish and engraved Blackhawk logo, are assembled in the U.S. MSRP for the TLR1-HL is $209.95 and MSRP for the TLR-7A is $174.95. More information on these lights and other products from Streamlight can be found at streamlight.com.


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