Streamlight just announced its latest tactical weapon light/laser combo, the TLR-10. Featuring a red laser and 1,000-lumen white light, the Streamlight TLR-100 comes ready for duty.
Streamlight TLR-10 Weapon Mounted Laser/Light Combo
The TLR-100 features a full-frame, weapon-mounted design. The integrated red aiming laser and high-output light deliver tremendous versatility in a tactical unit. An ergonomic rear switch ensures its ready when needed. The laser/light utilizes a fast rail clamp for repeatability on a wide range of full-size weapons.
“The TLR-10 was designed with brightness, extensive range and solid peripheral coverage in mind, while also featuring a red aiming laser for long-range targeting,” said Streamlight President and Chief Executive Officer Ray Sharrah. “The light also features an ambidextrous on/off rear switch with low and high positions to suit user preference. And it fits a wide variety of handguns, making it ideal for first responder and tactical applications.”
Two, 3-volt CR123A lithium batteries power the system. It comes with three modes: Laser only, LED only and LED/Laser. The light puts out 1,000 lumens and 10,000 candela over a 200-meter beam distance. It runs for 1.5 hours for LED only or LED/Laser. In Laser only, the unit runs up to 60 hours. A strobe runs three hours continuously.
The entire tactical unit weighs 4.62 ounces and measures 3.87 inches long overall. A key kit securely fits the light to a broad range of weapon systems. The light features a one-handed, snap-on and tighten interface. The system keeps hands away from gun muzzles for attaching and detaching. A “Safe off” feature prevents accidental activation.
The body and facecap utilize 6000 series machined aircraft aluminum with a black anodized finish. Impact-resistant, the unit tests IPX4 waterproof as well. The laser/light comes with the TLR-10 FLEX as well, including a High switch mounted on the light, plus a Low switch.
The Streamlight TLR-10 retails for $385. For even more info, please visit streamlight.com.
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