Small and lightweight, the Nightstick TSM-13G now fits SIG compact pistols.
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Nightstick recently announced the addition of SIG Sauer fits to its Subcompact Weapon Light series. The Nightstick TSM-13G now fits the SIG Sauer P365, P365XL and P365 SAS pistols.

SIG Sauer Fits for Nightstick Subcompact Weapon Lights

The TSM-Series of weaponlights mount directly to the front of the trigger guard and dustcover. The li-ion-powered light features a magnetically-coupled MagMate USB charging cable. It eliminates the need to replace multiple disposable coin cell batteries after use.

The TSM-13G’s white light and green laser combo maximize threat identification and target acquisition. It serves well for carry, home defense and in duty situations, according to Nightstick. The light’s dual switches provide the shooter tactile, click actuation in momentary and constant-on use.

Nightstick Subcompact Weapon Lights feature an LED delivering a 150-lumen bight white beam and 2,700 candela for 45 minutes. It illuminates objects up to 341 feet away. The unit weighs only 1.3 ounces. However, it sports durable, impact-resistant construction from engineered polymer. It activates via one switch and toggles through modes with another. The laser zeros to the shooter’s preferred distance, utilizing built-in elevation and windage adjusters.

“Following the significant increase in handgun sales in recent years, Nightstick is introducing the TSM-Series line of subcompact weapon lights to serve the needs of the self-defense and concealed-carry market,” said Russell Hoppe, Director of Marketing. “The TSM-13G rechargeable subcompact weapon light with green aiming lasers is designed to provide Sig Sauer subcompact handgun owners without accessory rails, a small, low profile integrated weapon light for target and background identification when life depends on light.”

For more information, visit nightstick.com.

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