INSIGHT TECH-GEAR’s ATPIAL illuminator lets you spot enemy targets at night with our without night vision devices.


The Advanced Target Pointer/ Illuminator/ Aiming Light (ATPIAL) is designed to be used with (or without) night vision devices to engage enemy targets at night. As the next generation of the AN/PEQ-2A, the ATPIAL offers more functionality at almost 1/2 the size and weight. The integration of co-aligned Vis and IR aiming lasers combined with an adjustable/focusable IR illuminator, set the new standard in the industry. Insight’s successful fielding of ATPIALs into multiple branches of the military, as well as federal law enforcement agencies, establishes a rock-solid foundation to now make ATPIAL available to qualified state, municipal and local law enforcement agencies.

Dimensions: 4.6” L x 2.8”W x 1.6”H
Weight: 7.5 oz. w/Batteries
LED Output: >6 Hours in Dual High
Lithium Battery Power: 6V from One (123)
Waterproof: 6m for one hour
Visible Aim Laser:
– Output 4.0 mW
– Beam Divergence 0.5 mrad
– Wavelength 605-665 nm
– Range >25m

IR Aim Laser:
– Output Power LOW 600 μW
– Output Power HIGH 25mW
– Beam Divergence 0.5 mrad
– Wavelength 820-850 nm
– Range >600m (LOW), 2000m (HIGH)

IR Illuminator:
– Output Power LOW 3.5mW
– Output Power HIGH 30 mW
– Beam Divergence 1-105 mrad
– Wavelength 820-850 nm
– Range >2000m

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  • Nate D.

    Not much of a loop hole. You just need a military ID and youre good. You can get one for 1999.99. Unless you want to buy a stolen one for 4000 up on ebay.

  • Ryan

    Can these be mounted on a Barett 50 BMG? as far as the recoil would it withstand?

  • Frank C.

    Per Federal regs, ATPIALs are available only to military, LE, and gov’t agencies only. I’m not aware of any exceptions, but since there are (allegedly) some privately owned PEQ-2s, there may be a loophole somewhere.

  • Robert

    how much would one of these coast for civilan purchase