Streamlight TLR-2 Tactical Laser
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The Streamlight TLR-2 tactical laser is a compact, rail-mounted light/laser combination designed to be used as both an illumination aid for low-light shooting as well as a laser sighting device for use with a range of the world's most popular pistols. The innovative light, which boasts an overall lifespan of 50,000 hours, utilizes a C4® LED that delivers a peak beam intensity of up to 8,000 candelas and 160 lumens. It is powered by two 3V CR123 lithium batteries, and provides up to 2 1/2 hours of continuous use. With a range and brightness comparable to a xenon bulb, the C4® LED is said to be two to three times brighter than high-flux LEDs. Lighting is also aided by a unique parabolic reflector, which produces a concentrated beam for optimal peripheral illumination, giving you a complete view of your immediate surroundings. The light is manipulated by ambidextrous controls that provide for both momentary and steady on or off.
The powerful 660 nm micro laser is designed for long-range precision targeting and may either be used alone or in conjunction with the C4® LED light. When used alone, the laser may run for up to 11 hours of continuous use. Like the light, the laser offers ambidextrous controls (three-position mode selector), full point-of-aim adjustment and excellent sight retention.
These electronics are housed within an ergonomic case that measures 3.26 inches in total length. The dustproof body of the assembly is constructed from 6000 series machined aircraft aluminum with an anodized finish, while the laser features a high-impact, chemical-resistant polymer housing. It may also interest you to know that the TLR-2 is waterproof to one meter for up to 30 minutes and carries an operational temperature range between -40 degrees Fahrenheit to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Attaches to Any Pistol with Picatinny or Glock Rail
- Light with Laser Combination Device
- Lifetime Warranty by Streamlight
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Since I bought this for one of my M&P-15s, I'll have no problem with holsters. If you plan on using this with a carry handgun, you need to do some holster research before you buy.
The laser is as good or better than any of the others I own and the LED is dazzling at living room distances. Quite by accident, my wife can attest to that.
Replacement batteries are about $3.50 for a pair so keep spares. You do have to take the unit off the gun to change the batteries but that's quick and simple. Be aware, the manual is not very good on this procedure, but then again it's not very good at all.
If you're going to possibly (but hopefully not) encounter a bad guy in your home, this tactical light and laser sight is an absolute must-have. The light is very bright so that I doubt if the person you're shining it at would know what's behind that light. With a boresighter sighting-in you know you would be hitting close enough to where that laser dot is shining. I sight my Glock 17 in for 20 feet which is reasonable for home defense. Always verify with paper targets, of course.
This Streamlight is really solid. I've fired thousands of rounds with the sight attached. After 300 rounds you need to wipe off the lense with a damp cloth. It's easy to remove and re-sight if you need to. It toggles between just laser light, just tactical light or both at once. Something else very useful that wasn't clear when I bought it is that you can temporarily turn on whatever combination of lights you have with your index finger. Or click it the other direction with your finger to make the lights stay on.
The TLR-2 has been around a while and they don't seem to be in a hurry to "upgrade" it. I hope they don't. It's already perfected in my opinion.
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