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From Streamlight . . .

Streamlight® Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting and weapon light/laser sighting devices, introduced new laser models of its ultra-compact TLR-6® rail mount weapon light to fit best-selling subcompact handguns, including the Springfield Armory® Hellcat® and the GLOCK® 43X/48 MOS/RAIL.

The company also launched a Non-Laser version of its TLR-6 for SIG SAUER® P365® and P365® XL subcompact handguns. All the new models are designed to securely attach to the rail and trigger guard of subcompact weapons, and to maximize visibility and targeting capability in a variety of concealed carry, home defense and tactical applications.

“Our popular line of TLR-6 weapon lights continues to grow with the addition of more laser-equipped models to fit a variety of popular subcompact guns,” said Streamlight President and Chief Executive Officer Ray Sharrah. “These newest light/laser models not only offer targeted bright light, they also feature a powerful red aiming laser to enable users to more readily identify a potential threat before taking action. And, the Non-Laser version of the TLR-6 for SIG SAUER P365 gives agencies with non-laser policies and other users an ultra-bright weapons light option for the handgun.”

Each of the new models delivers 100 lumens and 2,000 candela over a beam distance of 89 meters, and features a parabolic reflector that produces a balance of beam and peripheral illumination. The laser models offer three lighting modes: LED Only, LED/Laser and Laser Only, with operating run times of one hour for the LED Only and LED/Laser modes, and 11 hours for the Laser Only mode.

The new lights are powered by two (2) 3 Volt CR-1/3N lithium coin batteries. They feature an integrated battery door that permits batteries to be replaced while the light remains mounted on the gun, eliminating the need to re-sight the laser after a battery change.

Each light is manufactured from durable, impact-resistant engineered polymer and is IPX4 rated for water-resistant operation as well as impact-resistant tested to one meter.

The TLR-6 for the Springfield Armory Hellcat is 2.33 inches long, the TLR-6 for the Glock 43X and Glock 48 RAIL is 2.12 inches long, and the Non-Laser TLR-6 for SIG SAUER P365 measures 2.5 inches long.

The TLR-6 for the Springfield Armory Hellcat and the TLR-6 for the Glock 43X and Glock 48 RAIL have an MSRP of $187.43, while the Non-Laser TLR-6 for SIG SAUER P365 has an MSRP of $131.30. Each comes with Streamlight’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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  1. 100 lumens? For $187?!? I’ll pass. I’d get a slightly larger Olight for less. This “new” format is quite hard on my old eyes…

  2. Expensive. Streamlight is getting expensive for their base model stuff. I like it, but I’ve done just fine on my p365xl without one. My p320 has a streamlight tho… Bedside. I used to carry lights on all my edc’s. Just haven’t cared enough to get one since switching to the sig. Plus, that means new holsters and they are already a pita to find cuz I’m picky. Very picky. Got mine locally from Talon, and I’m sure he could mold with a wml, just rather buy ammo instead lol.

  3. OK TTAG, you fucked up ignoring your community and drove ahead changing the site format. As of this posing I am removing your bookmark and will no-longer view this blog.

    Good bye.

    • Same here, you’d think TTAG would have learned that this new format is, by a wide margin, unpopular to say the least. Not very organized, not user friendly, not mobile friendly, and an overall eyesore. Not to mention the very annoying subscription tab at every page change.

    • Also not a fan of the new site template. It’s too busy and the article categorization was/is unnecessary. K.I.S.S. It’s not enough to run me off, but I will not be checking as often for new articles.

  4. We who live in America are truly blessed. Having a government giving us the ability to privately own firearms and firearm accessories of this nature is not afforded by many other countries .
    Support your Local Law Enforcement.
    God bless America


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