Weapon lights: a defensive pistol should have a light on it to be considered properly dressed. Even if it’s just a micro weapon light. Without a WML, it’s kinda nekkid. Like an “operator cap” or Velcro-covered tactical thingamawhatsit without morale patches. Bare ass nekkid.
For those of you who have a Springfield Hellcat or a Glock 43x/48, Streamlight can help you cover up the bare parts. They have a new model of TLR-6 for both of those weapons, and a laser-less version for the SIG P365 and P365XL too (though if you’re one of those who prefer pistol lights and lasers, those last two won’t impress you much).
Just look at this.
And this. Just shameful!
Or hey, and this.
Aaaaaah, but what’s this?
There ya go. That’s a well-dressed pistol.Just needs a miniature red dot sight, now!
That’s just one of several pistol lights and lasers made by Streamlight.
Get your Streamlight weapon light.
• 100 lumens
• 2,000 candela
• 1 hour run time on maximum output
• 89m (292 ft.) beam distance
• Size 2.33 in. long for the Springfield Hellcat; 2.12 in. Glock 43X/48
• Non-laser TLR-6 for SIG P365, 2.5 in.
• 3 lighting modes: LED, LED/Laser, and Laser only
• Run time on laser only is 11 hours
As with most pistol-mounted lights, the TLR-6 snaps on to the rail and trigger guard of its host. Streamlight explains (and as I will repeat here in order to increase this article’s word count),
“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. ”
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.
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