|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.4 x 2.2 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||5569|
|Batteries||1 CR123A batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Average Battery Life||3 hours|
Nebo 6109 iProTec RM190 High-Powered Firearm Light
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The RM190 outputs 190 lumens of intense white light. Light of this magnitude is enough to dominate an aggressor’s night adapted vision; ideal for military, law enforcement and self-defense. - High-power 190 lumen LED - LIGHT MODES: Light: 190 Lumens - 1 Hour / 92 Meters; Strobe: 190 Lumens - 2.25 Hours / 92 Meters - MOUNT STYLE: Adjustable hinge mount design; no tools required; For rail-equipped pistols and long guns; does not fit subcompacts - Anodized aircraft-grade aluminum; - water and impact-resistant - OPERATION: Side-positioned ON/OFF toggle switch - BATTERIES: 1 CR123A battery included - Size – (L) 3.375” x (W) 1.625” x (H) 1.5” - Weight – 0.2 lbs.
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We left it on to test out it's mount and function under duress and proceeded to the range. It popped off after about 40 rounds. Snugged it on again. Same result.
It's a good light for your varmint gun I suppose, but for now it's getting retro fitted onto my son's pellet gun.
UPDATE: I tried remounting this on my SR45 again and realized I had not seated it properly. After 140 consecutive rounds at the range it stayed securely mounted. The thumb screws needed about a half turn back to snug after firing.
Simply affix a zip tie around the light between the switch and the rail mount with the tail sticking out horizontally from the bottom right side of the light. This dramatically increases activation friction which may be enough for some. To add a fail safe switch block that's quick and easy to disengage, simply fold the tail up and tuck it under the switch to positively block its activation. Cut off the excess length. I put a few strips of black tape on the light under the switch to ensure complete blocking of activation by the zip tie while still allowing the light to turn on.
This is an OK bright light. It's not waterproof in the least. Don't let the gasket in the front fool you; it's completely open on the back. This doesn't matter for my use as a night stand gun but LE should steer clear. It's also stupidly easy to inadvertantly activate this light.
This light is advertised as 190 lumens but my Mag Lite XL50 hand flashlight, rated at 140 lumens, is a little brighter. I would put this light at around 120, mind you I'm just guessing, relative to the XL50 that is. I felt compelled to rate it down one star due to the low light level compared to their advertised value but the light is perfect other than a few numbers on a description so five stars it is.
However, this snapped onto my Springfield XDM 40 compact just right with a couple of mm to the trigger guard so it works out fine. The front of the light extends 1 1/16" past the muzzle. Sighting my pistol I've found the light is almost exactly centered. If I had to within very close range I'm sure I can hit a larger target without actually using my sights.
The on switch is ideal for a right handed person since the switch is on the right side. You can press it laterally with your trigger finger to turn it on and the switch will come out the left side, which you press to turn off. If you turn it off then on again within a few seconds it goes into strobe mode. I was worried my trigger finger would be too short but it just barely can reach the switch so I'm happy. I'm 5'6" and my hand is medium sized.
There was one reviewer that said it fell off. Well, if you don't know how to put it on it'll fall off. You press the front latch down as you slide it on then release it to latch onto the rail. Now, if you're not very smart you think it's on and of course it'll fall off. You HAVE to tighten the screw which will press the sides together tightly and nothing short of breaking the plastic will knock it off and that plastic is actually very sturdy.
Part of the reason I decided on this item is because it uses a relatively common battery, the CR 123. I have two other devices that use them so always keep a small supply around. When deciding on a light try not to get one that requires you to stock up on additional types of batteries.
I have two others and they have worked just fine. I have one attached to a 22 caliber rifle and the other to my home protection shotgun. I never fired the shotgun with it attached and I hope I will never have to. But just in case I do I believe it will be good for a few shots at least.
The light these put out are rather strong and will easily illuminate whatever your pointing it it and will even cause temporary sensory overload.
I know a guy who uses his on a shoguns and a couple of his AR type rifles and never had a issue.
Overall they are decent light but stay away from snappy calibers with this like 40's, 10mm, and higher powered rifles.