With concealed carry exploding in popularity over the last four years, manufacturers continue to churn out products suited for defensive use. To meet the demands for all that carry, whether duty or defense, the Nightstick TCM 550 series weapon lights now come with green laser aiming devices for target acquisition in any light conditions.
Nightstick TCM 550 Series Weapon Light/Laser
The Nightstick TCM-550 XL and XLS (strobe) now include a daylight-visible 432nm green laser. The unit features dual rear-racing switches for tactile, click actuation.
The TCM-550XL-GL features a compact TIR (Total Internal Reflection) lens. It delivers a 550-lumen bright white beam, rated for 2.5 hours. The beam illuminates objects up to 136 meters away. The weapon light weighs in at 2.5 ounces. Meanwhile, an aircraft-grade aluminum housing proves durable with an IP-X7 waterproof rating.
The unit powers on in light, laser or light-laser modes. It deploys via one switch, while toggling through modes with the alternate. The laser zeroes with built-in elevation and windage adjustments. The weapon light also features a bezel-activated safe mode battery lockout. It eliminates accidental activation during storage or transport.
“Based on great feedback from our successful launch of the TCM-550XL, we heard an overwhelming demand for a green laser version of the same weapon light,” said Russell Hoppe, Marketing Director for Nightstick. “Consulting with our engineers, we accepted the challenge and designed a one-piece, fully-machined aluminum weapon light body that incorporated a rugged and powerful day-light visible green laser. The green aiming laser adds alignment confirmation and added peace of mind in a defensive or tactical situation when life depends on light.”
The Nightstick 550 series fits a broad range of handguns. Its spring-loaded rail clamp and coin-cut screw head delivers toolless installation. The entire unit runs on one CR123 lithium battery.
For more information, visit nightstick.com.
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