|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 4.1 x 2.6 inches|
|Item model number||69120|
|Style||Basic Model w/Red Laser|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||6230-01-588-2491|
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Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 C4 LED with Laser Sight Rail Mounted Weapon Flashlight, Black
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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.
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
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
This thing is bright. When I say bright i mean hot damn it's bright. If you hold your hand over the end it gets too hot to touch very quickly. I noticed a lot of people here having issues with the activation of the strobe feature, but it's quite easy. You just double tap the switch on the left side to put it into strobe mode, and you can drop down the hold-on switch on the right to keep it on. A little practice and it's second nature. I went into my friends half-acre backyard and had them flash me from over 100 feet away and it made me feel instantly disoriented and I looked away. From that distance the thing is a literal spotlight, the beam doesn't fade or die away. With brand new fresh batteries the beam is insane.
However, I have not shot the gun with the light attached yet so I can't quite talk about its durability, though Streamlight seems to have good reviews on that end. Also, the other night the strobe feature stopped working but I just emailed them, I'll post an update to this review to see how that turns out.
EDIT: Streamlight got back to me within 24 hours on how to fix it, took five seconds. Also took it to the range today and sent around 200 yards downrange, no issues at all.
I quickly zeroed in on the Streamlight TLR-1S & TLR-2S as my finalists. Streamlight offers a smartly designed, solid, well built product with tight tolerances. Somewhat of a rarity in today's consumer market, flooded with less than acceptable, Asian knockoffs, that more crappy than cheap.
For me, I wanted a strobe option; a laser was a potential bonus. My choice was between the TLR-1S (no laser) and the TLR-2S (with laser), the laser does add both a price and size/weight component. I will not be carrying it daily and if I need it in a moment of crisis, I prefer the deck stacked as far in my favor as possible.
What's up with the title of this review? Many of the previous reviewers mentioned the trickiness of the controls, when using the strobe mode. That held up my decision for a few weeks. In the end I determined that I need to apply the same reasoning to this light as I would any firearm purchase.
First, is it a high quality and reliable item? Yes it is, I read at least 100 reviews on many sites; it is state of the art. Second, am I willing and able to put in the practice time to be both confident and competent with it? Yes I can/will, that is a non-negotiable piece of the equation. Finally, does it essentially "fail safe"? Yes, even if you fail to double tap the switch fast enough to put it in strobe mode, the light and laser still switch on, just not in strobe mode.
All in all it is great product that will do what is supposed to do, if you do what you are supposed to do. Practice regularly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
mounted on a mossberg 50600 shot gun. it is awesome. sturdy. easy to operate with a flick of a thumb. mounted out of the box in a minute. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by mongo
Quite a few months have passed and this thing is really bright and on my shot gun and working perfectly. What more can you ask?Published 14 hours ago by miles anderson
I got the 630 lumen model which is upsetting as the description stated 800 lumens. But that was a different seller and when switching seller to amazon it doesnt allow you to read... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Danny Perfect
Such a badass light. So bright in the night will light up about anything within 30-40 yards from you. Strobe feature works very well, will blind anyone for a solid minute. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Great flashlight for my pistol. Extremely bright and I can't tell a difference in weight when it is on. Very light weight.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Comes with batteries
Easy to operate and install
Very bright (630 lumens)
Cons: the only... Read more
Finally broke down, and bought a quality light for my Mossberg 930 SPX. I'm very happy with it, can't believe how much light this thing puts out.Published 3 days ago by Jim Mcgee