Blackhawk recently announced a partnership with Streamlight, delivering two new tactical weapon lights to the marketplace. The Streamlight TLR1-HL and TLR-7A fit several Blackhawk holsters, including the T-Series. Moreover, the TLR1-HL works with the Blackhawk Omnivore holster.
Blackhawk Releases Streamlight Weapon Lights
The TLR1-HL brings 1,000 lumens and a 928-foot beam. It provides maximum visibility when illuminating a room, alley or open space. Meanwhile, the TLR-7A delivers 500 lumens and a 459-foot beam. It also comes with an ergonomic, ambidextrous on/off switch that customizes for either a low or high position, matching the user’s grip.
Both lights features a rail clamp system that securely attaches the light without tools and without a user needing to put their hands in front of the muzzle. The TLR1-HL mounts directly to Glock-style and Picatinny rails. It includes keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90-Two, S&W 99, S&S TSW, and SIG P320.
Each light features an anodized machined aluminum and IPX7 waterproof ratings. The TLR1-HL runs up to 1.5 hours on two CR123A lithium batteries. The TLR-7A can run up to 1.5 hours on one CR123A lithium battery. A safe off feature also prevents accidental activation and saves battery life.
The light features a black finish and engraved Blackhawk logo. Assembled in the U.S., the TLR1-HL retails for $209.95, while the TLRA-7A retails for $174.95. For even more info, please visit blackhawk.com.
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