|Item Weight||4.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 1.5 x 3.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||69266|
|Batteries||2 CR123A batteries required. (included)|
|Style||TLR-1 HL Rail Mount|
|Material||Durable aluminum sealed construction with anodized finish|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||800 lm|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime warranty|
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Streamlight 69266 TLR-1-HL High Lumen Rail-Mounted Tactical Light, Flat Dark Earth - 800 Lumens
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- Flat dark earth tlr 1-HL tactical weapon light/ 800 lumens; 15, 000 candela peak beam intensity; 245M beam; runs 1.75 hours
- Led technology impervious to shock with a 50, 000 hour Lifetime/ engineered optic produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral Illumination
- Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/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/ ambidextrous momentary/steady on/off switch; Max Candela: 15,000
- Machined aluminum sealed construction with black anodized finish/ powered by two 3-volt CR123 Lithium batteries
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The Streamlight 69266 TLR-1 High Lumen Tactical Light securely fits a broad range of weapons.
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 69266 TLR-1 HL Rail-Mounted Tactical Light, Flat Dark Earth
Includes two 3-volt CR123 lithium batteries.
The Streamlight 69266 TLR-1 HL provides an 800-lumen blast of light for maximum illumination while clearing a room or searching an alley. Its wide beam pattern lights up large areas. This lightweight, compact, high lumen lithium battery powered gun-mounted tactical light features the latest in shock-proof power LED technology and provides 1.75-hours of continuous run time. A tethered battery door and latch mechanism prevents battery door loss while providing easy battery replacement. The rail clamp is designed to rapidly attach/detach from the side of a weapon with no tools. When enabled, the strobe is activated on two or more momentary paddle hits.
- 3.39-Inch length; 1.47-inch width; 1.44-inch height.
- Weighs 4.18-ounces with batteries.
Built to Last:
Durable aluminum sealed construction with anodized finish. High temperature, shock-mounted, impact-resistant Boro Float glass lens. IPX7 Waterproof to 1-meter for 30-minutes. Operating temperature: -40°F to +120°F. Extensively live-fire tested.
Light Source & Output:
C4 LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000-hour lifetime. 800-Lumens; 15,000-candela; 245-meter beam distance; runs 1.75-hours. Engineered optic produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination. Solid-state current regulation for consistent illumination level.
On/Off Switch & Battery:
Ambidextrous momentary/steady on/off switch. Double tap of momentary paddle within 0.4-seconds activates strobe. Powered by two 3-volt CR123 lithium batteries. Tethered battery door and latch mechanism prevents battery door loss.
- Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely without putting hands in front of the muzzle.
- 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.
- Serialized for positive identification.
The Streamlight 69266 TLR-1 HL 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.
Streamlight TLR-1 HL Full Compatibility List:
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 as long as 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.
TLR-1 HL - Flat Dark Earth Manufacture ID: 69266The TLR-1 HL provides an 800 lumen blast of light for maximum illumination while clearing a room or searching an alley. Its wide beam pattern lights up large areas so you can identify who or what is nearby.Features:- C4 LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000 hour lifetime- 800 lumens; 15,000 candela peak beam intensity; 245m beam; runs 1.75 hours- Engineered optic produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination- Powered by two 3-volt CR123 lithium batteries with 10-year storage life- Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely with no tools and without putting your hands in front of the muzzle- 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- Machined aluminum sealed construction with black anodized finish- Ambidextrous momentary/steady on/off switch- User programmable strobe can be enabled/disabled- IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes- Lithium Battery Notice under TECH DOCS- Remote switches are available as optional accessories and must be used in conjunction with 69130 or 69161 remote door switch. All switches and door switch are sold separately. Reference TLR Accessories Brochure in DOCS/INFO tab for more information.- Long Gun Kit available (#69262). Kit includes TLR-1 HL with thumb screw, "safe off" door switch, remote pressure switch and mounting clips, and two 3V CR123A lithium batteries. Specifications: - Color: Flat Dark Earth- Fits existing light bearing holsters- 3.39" (8.61 cm); 4.18 oz (118.6 grams)- Operating temperature: -40eF to +120eF
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The light is well built and sturdy - as with most Streamlight lights. The strobe function is activated bumping the momentary on side of the switch twice in rapid succession. The light is not overly heavy for the front end of the firearm. I
It's a good light. Just buy it already...
The TLR-VIR has a 20 hour run time and comes with a remote mount. The TLR-1 IR has a 7.5 hour run time and has a remote capable option.
Both show a visible red glow when turned on. See below for how to mostly get rid of it. Though with the 1" diameter IR on the TLR-1 IR there is double the visible red size than on the 1/2" diameter TLR-VIR.
Tip: As others have noticed, there is a LED visible red light that shows when the IR is turned on. I did quite a bit of research and experimentation to reduce or get rid of it. The IR runs on 750-875nm wavelength. However, that LED red glow is different from the 400-700nm visible spectrum. It actually is glowing at 750-875nm! I tried using overexposed color film and floppy disk material to get rid of it. They both cut down the visible but also cut down the IR too.
I then purchased from Edmund Optics a few "longpass" filters and the only one that worked well was a RG-850nm 25.4mm diameter (1") Longpass filter (black colored glass) for $32.50. This cuts off any IR LED visible below 850nm (plus or minus 10), though still lower than the TLR-1 IR visible upper 875nm limit. This reduced the visible red by 75%. It changed from a really bright red to a dull maroon color that is not visible unless you are dead center and dead height level with it. Did not effect the IR intensity at all. What is really needed is a 875nm longpass filter that cuts off led visible at exactly 875nm. Unfortunately, none is available unless you want to pay for a custom filter or a coating at a cost of $2K! As for install, this RG-850nm 1" diameter, 3mm thick black glass filter is about the same size as the metal surround on the IR lens.I put a very thin coat of JB Weld around that metal surround to glue it in place.Looks and works great.
I don't use this hard at all. I did take a class a few times here and there but overall this is a range light. With that in mind, it sits in the safe for a very long time with no use in between. For no apparent reason, one day the door latch snapped off. I thought maybe I dropped it or something, so I got a replacement door latch. It worked fine for about a month, then one day out of the blue, pulled it out from the safe and the door latch broke again.
At this point I lost confidence with this light. It is really good, and with so many positive reviews, I'm not sure what I did wrong. Again, the light sits there with no use. Just sitting in the safe, it appears to break for reasons I can't figure out. The batter is secure, the light works fine, but it snaps off for no apparent reason.
Overall I want to say I love this light. If I wrote this review before hand, I would give it 5 stars and call it a day. I'm not sure what to do at this point but possibly call the company and attempt to send it in. I'm hoping I got a lemon.
I then ordered both the Streamlight 69266 and 69267 TLR-1 lights to see which would match better.
The 69266 is more of a brown sand color earth finish, while the 69267 would be a dark earth brown finish for a better match with foliage. Either way they are both brown, but the latter is significantly darker.
Neither matched me SIG perfectly, but I liked the look of the latter (69267) better so the 69266 was returned.
Both have impressive lights that project far and bright.
The strobe function is awesome too.
A great buy for sure.
Check my review pictures for extra viewing. I also left a review on the 69267 model that I kept if you want to compare the color of these.