The new Streamlight TLR-7 Sub provides an incredibly compact tactical weapon light. The light works with a range of railed subcompact handguns, making it highly suitable for concealed carry.
Streamlight TLR-7 Sub Weapon Light
The TLR-7 features an optimized clamp design, fitting a host of modern railed subcompact semi-autos. An ergonomic ambidextrous on/off position rear switch should inspire confidence. A high-power LED provides extreme brightness and extensive range, according to Streamlight. The light delivers 500 lumens, 5,000 candela, for a run time of 1.5 hours. Built for subcompact guns, the light was designed to be svelte. It weighs a mere 2.39 ounces.
The TLR-7 comes in three models. The first fits Glock 43XMOS/48MOS and 43XRAIL/48RAIL. The SIG Sauer model fits P365/P365XL. Finally, the 1913 Short comes with keys to fit S&W M&P M2.0 Subcompact, Beretta Px4 Storm Compact/Subcompact, Springfield Armory XD-E and Heckler & Koch Hk45 Subcompact handguns.
A CR123A lithium battery powers the unit. The TLR-7 Sub retails for $225.75. For even more info, please visit streamlight.com.
Streamlight TLR-7 Sub Specs
- High Lumens: 500
- Run Time: 1.5 hours
- Beam Distance: 105 meters
- Max Candela: 5,000
- Battery Type: CR123A Lithium
- Overall Length: 2.51 inches
- Overall Weight: 2.39 ounces
- Color: Black
- MSRP: $225.75
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