Inforce WML Gen 2 Weapon Mounted Light - 400 Lumens - FDE
- 400 Lumens of bright white light
- Multiple lockouts to prevent accidental activation
- Powered by a single CR123A battery
- Strobe and momentary or continuous and momentary modes with the flip of a switch
- Ergonomic angled activation button
- Unique and robust clamp system
- Waterproof up to 66 feet
- Glass reinforced flat dark earth polymer construction
- Impact resistant
- Heat dissipating vents for improved LED thermals
- Includes 1 Lithium CR123A battery
- Length: 4.2 in.
- Bezel diameter: 1.05 in.
- Weight: 3.22 oz.
The glass reinforced polymer construction is extremely lightweight while retaining all the durability you would expect from a weapon light. It features patented heat dissipating vents that help to keep the LED light from getting too hot after prolonged use. It also features multiple lock out systems to prevent accidental activation during transport or storage. A safety lever can be placed over the textured activation button or the head can be rotated to permanently keep it from turning on. With the flip of a switch you can change between multiple light modes. Either strobe and momentary or continuous light and momentary. Everybody needs a light on their primary rifle and the Inforce weapon light just might be the one for you.
The InForce brand of weapon lights are produced under the Emissive Energy Corp., an ISO 9001:2008 certified American manufacturing company that distributes to the United States military, Federal, State, local law enforcement agencies, and customers worldwide. They design, engineer, and manufacture some of the most durable, polymer weapon light systems for the AR-15, Glock and many other firearms.
Ratings & Reviews
Great Light for PCC
by Calvin -
Great light for the price. The button is smooth and decisive when you depress it and release, also the lever switch on the side is super crisp. Great light over all however... I cannot suggest this for you short barrel (5-10in.) 5.56 guys. I just don't think this light would hold up long being so close to the end of the barrel. It really doesn't feel like it has that structural integrity like surefire does.