Streamlight TLR-1 300 Lumen Tactical Weapon Light
- Bright 12000 candela peak beam intensity provides over 200 yards of throw
- Deep dish parabolic reflector produces a concentrated long reaching beam with excellent peripheral light
- Powered by (2) CR123A batteries
- Ambidextrous toggle switch allows for momentary or constant on
- Durable aluminum body with MIL-SPEC anodized finish
- Mounting keys for Glocks, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99, and S&W TSW rails
- Mounting system attaches and detaches quickly without placing hands before the muzzle
- IPX7 rated water proof to 1 meter for half an hour
- Weighs just 4.18 ounces
- Limited lifetime warranty
- White LED
- High - 12000 candela - 300 lumens - 2.5 hours runtime
Ratings & Reviews
Overall not a bad torch but heed P N's advice.
by Eric Parlin
I can attest to P N's comments concerning recoil stressors on this light - but I can say that mine popped off only once and this was after a long day of basically just abusing a new build to ensure overall stability. I have the high-lumen model (800 lumen IIRC) and I was concerned because I'd never used streamlight gear before but for the money it's ended up being a really good torch. Just for reference I paid about $150 for the HL model a year or so ago.
Spend a bit more for the TLR1-HL instead of this light
This is a decent light and with care will last forever. For just a few dollars more you can get the TLR-1HL that lasts about as long battery life wise yet produces a LOT more light output. As for retention, forget about using Loc Tite, just use clear fingernail polish and allow to set for a few hours. This will allow much easier removal WHEN you want yet will retain the screws in place under recoil.
Works on my EDC and works on my rifle.
by Papa Franku
I have this going back and forth on my Sig Sauer P320 Carry which fits perfectly and extends about an inch past the barrel and I also have it on a cantilever rail on a Magpul MOE handguard and it works just fine. This light has 3 modes, toggle, on and strobe. You flick the switch twice to enable the strobe which is also a toggle, so it flashes as long as the switch is held. It uses a pair of the Streamlight CR123a batteries which give this light about 1.5 hours of continuous use, give or take depending on heat. The threads and clamp holds very well, but if you are experiencing looseness, just use thread-lock. It installs very easy for me and stays mag after mag. The lens is susceptible to soot, so be sure to wipe it down ASAP with a solvent or it will get cloudy.
Good, if you don't shoot that much.
by P N
My department issues these for use with Sig P226 40s.
<br>I like the light, but the mount doesn't hold up that well with extended use. You need to be vigilant that the mounting screw is tight, because they can fly off under recoil; but at the same time if you tighten them too much, you'll strip the retention screw.