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Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 C4 LED with Laser Sight Rail Mounted Weapon Flashlight, Black

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Basic Model w/Red Laser
  • Laser provides long-range targeting
  • Ambidextrous momentary/steady On-Off switch
  • Up to 2.5 hr. runtime (laser-only mode runs 45+ hrs.)
  • Machined aluminum, sealed construction
  • Includes rail locating keys for Glock style
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Product Information

Style Name: Basic Model w/Red Laser
Technical Details
Part Number 69120
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions6.2 x 4.1 x 2.6 inches
Item model number69120
StyleBasic Model w/Red Laser
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?Yes
Technical Specification
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #10,516 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 19, 2006
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Parts

Product Description

Style: Basic Model w/Red Laser

Product Description

Pierce the darkness! Your Choice: NEW Streamlight TLR-1 and TLR-2 Rail-mounted Tactical LED Lights. SAVE BIG BUCKS! Tactical meets practical! Turn your handgun into an all-purpose tool. That is, a firearm with a high-powered Streamlight to turn dark, dimly lit areas into high visibility. So you can see what you're pointing at. Covert missions suddenly got easier! Your choice of a standard TLR-1 Tactical Light. Or the TLR-2 Tactical Light with an Integrated Laser Sight for precise aiming. Right now, you can save big bucks due to a sweet volume purchase. Tactical Light features: Shockproof 3W Luxeon LED with blinding beam (up to 135 lumens) with bright side light that won't break or burn out Up to 2 1/2-hour run-time; Rail grip clamp system attaches / detaches quickly and safely without tools (no hands in front of your gun's muzzle); Machined aluminum sealed construction, black anodized finish Fast, adjustable, secure side mounting to 1913 and Glock style rails; Dustproof; Momentary / steady on / off switch; Fits existing light bearing holsters; Runs off two 3V CR123A lithium batteries (included). 500-yd. Laser Sight for light and precise aiming all-in-one. Weighs 4 3/4 ozs Order your model today! WARNING: You must be 18 or older to purchase Lasers. Lasers cannot be shipped to New York City; D.C.; MA; Canada or Puerto Rico. Lasers cannot be shipped Parcel Post. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering Lasers. Streamlight TLR-2 Tactical Light with Integrated Laser Sight, Black

From the Manufacturer

Product Description

The Streamlight Laser Sight Rail Mounted Weapon Flashlight is a lightweight, compact lithium battery powered tactical light. This light is designed to rapidly attach and detach from the side of a broad range of weapons. The light features the latest in shock-proof LED technology and provides at least 2.5 hours of continuous run time.

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This light combines the latest in technical sophistication with a simple user-friendly design. Turn the light on with an ambidextrous momentary/steady On-Off switch. The light features a three position mode selector switch. The user can activate the strobe with the tap of a momentary paddle (TLS-2s only). The product also features a one handed snap-on and tighten interface that keeps the user’s hands away from the muzzle when they are attaching or detaching the light. The model also features a tethered battery door and latch that allows for easy battery placement. The Streamlight Rail Mounted Tactical Light is incredibly durable and has been life-fire tested to ensure impact resistant construction. The light is IPX4 rated design for water resistant operation.


The Streamlight Rail Mounted Tactical Light weighs 4.72 oz. It is 1.47-inches wide and 1.83-inches high. It is made with 6000 Series machined aircraft aluminum with a black anodized finish on the body . This casing features high impact and chemically resistant enginnering and polymer laser housing. The light lens is high-temperature, shock mounted, and made of impact resistant Boro Float glass. The light features C4 LED technology and has a 50,000 hour lifetime. The product mounts directly to handguns, with Glock-style rails and to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny ) rails. The light output is a 8,000 candela peak beam intensity and 160 lumens measured system output. The operating temperature for the light is -40⁰F - +120⁰F.

What’s in the Box

This product includes the light, mounting rail, and two 3-volt CR123A lithium batteries and keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99 and S&W TSW.

Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 C4 LED Key Features

  • Three position mode selector switch
  • One handed span-on and tighten interface
  • Tethered battery door and latch
  • Water resistant
  • C4 LED technology

Customer Reviews

Light is very bright.
Currently I have this light mounted on a S&W M&P .45, but I also tried mounting it to my Glock 22, and it fits perfect.
Andre Richards
These are great light well constructed and very bright.
Plenneth P. Hicks

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 137 people found the following review helpful By Axle F. on October 6, 2011
Style Name: Basic Model w/Strobe Verified Purchase
This is a REAL GUN review. (I have to say this as too many weapon accessory reviews are for air-soft toys and BB guns)

After a whole bunch of searching around, for everything from the cheaply made plastic $30 lights (that would fly off the gun down range after a few shots) to the $200+ surefire lights... I settled on this as the best weapon light for the money. I have a Beretta M9A1 and this light works and looks like it was made for my Beretta. The fit and finish are amazing, the better light output (of the TLR-1s) is enough to temporarily blind anyone unfortunate enough to get it shined in their eyes. The added strobe is quite disorienting to anyone on the other end of it (red spots in vision that last for about a minute if you look into the light). I love the placement of the two way toggle switch for left or right handed, and one and two handed grip styles. It can be switched into the on position or pushing the opposite direction will keep it on for as long as you hold the switch. Good for those situations where you may or may not need the light on at all times. It is set up in a way that even in a panic situation (a.k.a. loading your pants) you can have the muscle memory to turn it on. Much better than the little rubber push button lights I have tried out.

Using the light in dark/low light situations can even help with aiming as the center of the light spot is right where I would be aiming for. So if the bright spot of the light is covering the center of the target at about 5 to 15 feet, there was a 95% chance I would hit it without using the sights.

The main reason I got this light was the fact that it is all aluminum, it is tried and tested, and the way it clamps onto the gun is better than any "quick release" style rail light I have seen yet.
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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Allen R. Beecham on September 23, 2009
Style Name: Basic Model Verified Purchase
This weapon-mounted TLR-1 light is ONE BAD LIGHT. I've always been impressed with Streamlight's quality.....especially for the price. Why pay more for the "SF" brand? I've had "SF" lights before and, IMHO, they're just not worth the extra money. But I digress.

This light has the "instant on-off" feature, as well as the "lock-on".....just toggle the switch in opposite directions. It is VERY bright and, due to the LED technology, the bulbs won't break or burn out. I have it mounted on my Beretta CX-4 Storm.
I've already ordered and received a 2nd light for my Mossberg 500, and will be ordering a few more for other weapons that I have.

Just a note about the TLR-2 and TLR-3. I chose the TLR-1 because it is much brighter than the TLR-3, and has an aluminum body (vs, composite).......for not much more money.....a better bargain, IMO. The TLR-2 is much more expensive because it has laser sights, which I'm not real keen on. this won't regret it.
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102 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy John on April 18, 2011
Style Name: Basic Model w/Strobe & Red Laser Verified Purchase
I spent 8 years in the Marine Corps and trained with surefire optics. I used to think that there was nothing better than surefire, until a friend of mine introduced me to streamlight. The streamlight tlr-2 is a fraction of the cost of the surefire x400. Having tested surefire optics on the battle field and knowing them to be tried and true I was skeptical of trying a new brand. My friend convinced me to give streamlight a try. I borrowed his streamlight and headed to the shooting range. I was immediately impressed with its easy installation, light weight, and ease of use. After test firing it I new I had to have one of my own. The laser was easy to adjust and extremely accurate. The tactical light is extremely bright and the strobe feature is also quite impressive. The surefire tactical light offers 170 lumen output and the tlr-2 offers an output of 160 lumens. The price difference between the two is 150 dollars and the streamlight is just as durable and just as good if not better than the surefire x400.
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68 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Z. Cherry on March 23, 2009
Style Name: Basic Model w/Red Laser
The price tag is high, but when the item is an important add-on to your primary sidearm, it's an easy choice.

I bought mine USED for quite a bit less than listed, because it only came with the GLOCK key for it. Of course I was buying it for a GLOCK 21, so no problem there. I'll go over the pros and cons as I see them, as objectively as I can. Cons first, because I think the negatives always weigh my decisions more than the positives.

Cons--Price. $200+ for an add-on with electronics and moving parts, hence more chances for failure(none so far, but it's a possibility). If you don't have a bearing holster, your old one won't be functional with this on the rail. Not waterproof, like the TLR-1(and a little bulkier of course). Attachment bolt needs regular cleaning/oiling as it is not aluminum/carbon but steel. Battery door will feel like a puzzle until you pull a quarter out of your pocket. Collects dust on the lens guard/laser like an old library(suprise...guns release hot powder residue bursts at barrel exit and breech). Which is probably what happened to K. Jordan. You have to clean after every use, you don't want that stuff building up. If you want to adjust the laser, you'll need a nearly microscopic .050" hex key, but that should come with a new one. That's the most I can come up with.

Pros--Reliable. That's about all I should need to say to justify it's value, but I've yet to have a problem. Eight boxes of ammo so far (that's four-hundred rounds of .45ACP worth) with it attached. I stagger on and off so the slight weight/feel difference doesn't change my aim, so the ease of attaching/detaching is welcomed. Though quick, it's not just snap on, I wouldn't trust that--there's a bolt that secures it for a tight grip, and it's pretty heavy duty...maybe overly so.
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