|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.2 x 4.1 x 2.6 inches|
|Item model number||69120-STL|
|Style||Basic Model w/Red Laser|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|National Stock Number||6230-01-588-2491|
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Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 C4 LED Rail Mounted Weapon Flashlight with Laser Sight, Black
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- 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
- Class 3R Laser Product (Does not exceed Class IIIA emission limits), <5mW power output
- This is a Class 3R Laser Product, 650-660 nm, Output <5mW
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From the manufacturer
Mounts directly to handguns with Glock-style rails and to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails.
Why Heroes Trust Streamlight:
It all comes down to performance. Period. People who depend on their flashlights – often for their lives – need to be able to count on that flashlight to work. Every time.
When it’s freezing cold, scorching hot, desert dry, or rainforest humid. When it’s been beat up, abused, dropped in water, or left in icy snow. They need to know that their flashlight will deliver the light they need for the task at hand. Whether it’s lighting up a whole room, throwing a beam way down a path or up to the sky, or reading a map without being seen.
When size and run time are also part of the performance, people know they can trust Streamlight… to shine brighter, work better, and last longer.
Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 Rail Mount Strobing Tactical Light with Laser Sight
Includes Rail Locating Keys for Glock-style, 1913 Picatinny, S&W 99/TSW, and Beretta 90two.
This intensely bright, virtually indestructible rail-mounted tactical light features a rail grip clamp system that rapidly and securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely with no tools and without putting hands in front of muzzle.
The Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 is a lightweight, compact, lithium battery powered gun-mounted tactical light with an integrated aiming laser featuring the latest in shock-proof power LED technology. A tethered battery door and latch mechanism prevents battery door loss while providing easy battery replacement. When enabled, the strobe activates on two or more momentary paddle hits.
- 3.39-Inch length; 1.47-inch width; 1.83-inch height.
- Weighs 4.72-ounces with batteries.
Built to Last:
Durable aluminum construction; anodized finish. High temperature, shock mounted, impact resistant Boro Float glass lens. Extensively live-fire tested impact resistant construction. Windage and Elevation adjustment screws mounted in brass bushings for long life and dependable zero retention. Operating temperature: -40°F to +120°F.
Light Source & Output:
C4 LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000-hour lifetime; 650-660nm red laser. 300-Lumens, 12,000-candela peak beam intensity. Deep-dish parabolic reflector produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination. Solid-state current regulation for consistent illumination level.
Ambidextrous momentary/steady On-Off switch. Three position Mode Selector switch (Laser only, LED Illumination only, both).
- 2.5-Hour run time.
- One handed snap-on/tighten interface.
- Highly accurate sight repeatability when remounting.
- Fits existing light bearing holsters.
- Designed and assembled in the USA.
- IPX4 rated design for water resistant operation.
- Powered by two 3-volt CR123A lithium batteries (included in purchase).
The Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 Tactical Light includes the following keys:
This key fits Glock or 'universal' rails. These have a cross slot about 5/32-inch wide. The Standard system key appears somewhat thinner than the Picatinny key.
The 1913 key is wider than the standard key. Slots are 0.206-inch wide. Some guns with a Picatinny rail still need a standard key depending on the construction of the rail.
Smith & Wesson 99/TSW:
This key has the bar extended farther back than the other keys. They are for rails having a non-standard (too short) distance between the slot and the trigger guard.
This key looks like it has a Picatinny rail but dimensions are different.
M-Lights should not be used on the 90two and will fall off under recoil.
Full Compatibility List for Streamlight 69120 TLR-2 Tactical Light:
90two- 90two key.
Cx4 Storm (carbine/rifle)- 1913 key.
Px4 Storm (pistol) - GL (Standard) key. note: M-lights are very loose.
Vertec - New polymer key- 1913; Older aluminum key – GL (Standard) Key.
P-01 - Should work with GL (Standard) key. (Not tested; based on similar European version).
5.7 (with Picatinny style rail) -1913 key.
Any with rails – GL (Standard) key. Cannot fit Glocks that are not equipped with factory rails.
USP (full size only) - use HK adapter 69085 with a GL (Standard) key. Compact size - use HK adapter 69091 with a GL (Standard) key.
HK P2000 (new) is supposed to have Picatinny rail.
HK P30 -1913 key.
Note: The rail tilts down slightly from the bore. This may result in laser zeroing difficulty closer than 50 feet (depending on the tolerances of the pistol and laser).
TLE RLII (1911 with rail) - Picatinny key.
KP345 - GL (Standard) key.
SR-9 - GL (Standard) key.
GSR or 1911 Style with flat bottom rail - Picatinny key.
Any aluminum frame SIG with a round bottom rail, including the P220R, P229R, etc.: The Sig round bottom rail departs from the true shape of both the 1913 and Universal standards and may cause an improper fit. The TLR will work with the 1913 key but there will be damage to the finish of both the gun and the light. The retaining screw must be tight.
Newer Sig P series guns are supposed to have a true Picatinny rail. This has not been verified by Streamlight.
SP2022 (Polymer frame): Same comments as for aluminum frames, except that the polymer frame is a little thicker and does not show marks from a clamp. Per SIG, use the 1913 key.
Smith & Wesson:
TSW and 99: the slot is too far back for the standard key and requires the special S&W key. There are many different models of TSW, but if it's a TSW with a rail, it uses the S&W key.
M&P Autoloader - Picatinny key.
Sigma - Cannot fit.
Operator (1911 with rail) - Picatinny key.
XD (4 & 5-inch barrels) - GL (Standard) key. Cannot fit 3inch barrel.
99 (New 2004 models): full size ones are nearly the same as the S&W 99 and use the S&W key. Older ones (no slot across the rail and the side grooves closed in front) cannot be fitted with a TLR.
99 Compact – Cannot fit. Rail is too short.
P22 – Cannot fit. Non-standard rail.
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From the Manufacturer
"The TLR-2 is a Lightweight, compact, lithium battery powered Gun-Mounted Tactical Light with integrated aiming laser and the latest in power LED technology. The light is built with a shock-proof C4 LED and provides at least 2.5 hours of continuous run time when in dual mode with the high power visible laser. Rail clamp designed to rapidly attach/detach from side of weapon. Fits existing holsters Mounts directly to handguns with Glock-style rails and to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails. Includes keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99 and S&W TSW"
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Changed my rating from 3 to 4 stars after Streamlight offered to send a replacement cover. So they stand behind the product; still disappointed it broke but I'd recommend the product to a friend. There's a lot of junk out there, this isn't that at all just not perfect.
This light is excellent for my needs in a potential home defense situation. With the various modes of operation, ease of attachment/detachment, and of course price point, the TLR-2 G is well worth the buy if you are looking for a rail mounted tactical light for your firearm.
I was very happy with how easy it was to install/attach the TLR-2 G to my firearm. One of the advantages to this model, is that it fits several different rail styles to include Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99 and S&W TSW. This gave me peace of mind that I wouldn't have any issues attaching the TLR-2 G, or even worse, having to send it back because it didn't support my rail system. The TLR-2 G has you covered. Even better, if you have other firearms that have a rail system you can be assured that your TLR-2 G will work on most/all of them. Be sure to double-check your firearm's owners manual to see which rail system (if any) that you have before purchase. The extra cross check never hurts.
As far as the various modes of operation go, the TLR-2 has a silver toggle switch that allows for 3 modes of operation. 1) Laser and Light, 2) Laser only, and 3) Light only. There is a 4th mode of operation that allows you to strobe the light if necessary, but it is not controlled by this small switch (that I am aware of). The switch itself does not turn on the light, it just sets the mode of operation. The light is "turned on" by pushing one of the two paddles on the backside of the unit. Completely depressing the right paddle will allow the light to be on continuously and freeing your hand(s) to do other things. Pushing the left paddle will temporarily turn the unit on and remain on for as long as the paddle is depressed. Releasing the paddle will turn off the light.
In order to initiate the strobing mode of the unit you have to, in my own words, "double-tap" the left paddle and on the second "tap", hold down the paddle. Consistently activating the strobing mode takes a bit of getting used to, but once you get the muscle memory, it works like a charm. This was probably the hardest thing for me to initially get used to, but is more my problem than a product flaw, in my opinion. If you prefer not to have strobing, the instruction manual dictates how to disable it. To re-enable strobing you follow the same steps as deactivation.
I was able to test how bright the 200 lumen light was in both the normal (continuous) and strobing modes in semi-dark and completely dark rooms and the light is blinding if you are unfortunate enough to be in direct line of sight. The swath of bright white light that the TLR-2 G provides ensures you can confidently identify your target with no mistaken intentions or identification. The strobing effect is extremely strong in my opinion and is a much valued asset and force multiplier in disorienting a would be intruder, especially in tight or closed quarters. Even to me, standing directly behind the light, the strength and effect of the strobe even surprised me.
I have yet to live-fire with the light attached, but I did dry-fire my firearm and I was still able to comfortably and securely handle my firearm even with the light attached. Based on the other reviews, I feel confident in (re)-sighting/adjusting my firearm and there will be no regression in my accuracy and handling.
I've provided a couple of pictures of the light attached to my firearm.
I bought this for my AR and it worked like a champ, but I decided to put it on my HD gun, a Sig P229. Yeah, the gun is a kinda compact pistol, and this is a big light but they go together very well. This is a bright green laser. Very bright. I can see it to 50yds during the day and at night you can actually see the ray coming out of the gun all the way to the target or treetops 1/2 mile away. It has stayed secure and on point of impact that I set through 400+ rounds with nothing more than the initial adjustment. It actually makes me more accurate at 25 yards. I shot 30 steel plates in a row with that sub 4" 40 cal pistol and hit them all. That is better than I usually do with just the iron sights.
It is very easy to sight this in to your iron sights ahead of going to the range.
I bought a custom made AIWB holster from 2AHolsters dot com and it really works well for this combo.
I recommend this item for your AR or handgun, or both.