Streamlight Offers TLR-6 Light and Laser Combo

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posted on March 13, 2017
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The Streamlight TLR-6 is a gun-mounted weaponlight that also features an integrated laser for quick target acquisition, allowing users to have illumination and targeting in one easy package attached to their pistol's Picatinny rail.

The TLR-6 features a light with a maximum output of 100 lumens with a maximum beam distance of nearly 100 yards. The unit measures 2.34 inches in length, 0.85 inches in width and 1.58 inches in height and has a weight of 1.27 ounces, including batteries. The unit runs off two CR-1 coin batteries and features a battery life of 1 hour with simultaneous light and laser use or 11 hours with laser-only use.

The unit features push-button activation on both sides of the housing for ambidextrous use and features three modes: laser only, dual output or light only. For constant-on operation, quickly press the button. For momentary operation, users can push and hold the button. The housing features screws to adjust windage and elevation.

The device is rated for operation in temperatures ranging from -20 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit and is rated IPX4 water-resistant and is drop-tested up to 1 meter. The TLR-6 is available with different housings for Glock, Kahr Arms, Kimber, SIG Sauer and Smith & Wesson M&P handguns. The suggested retail price is $178.50.

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