Streamlight TLR-8 Weapon Light with Red Laser - 500 Lumens
The TLR-8 low-profile, rail mounted tactical light with integrated red laser fits securely on a broad range of full-size and compact handguns. The low-profile design resists snagging while the Safe Off feature prevents accidental activation, preserving batteries.
- Powered by (1) CR123A lithium battery
- Low-profile ambidextrous on/off switch
- Safe off feature on bezel prevents accidental activation
- Aircraft aluminum construction
- Durable anodized finish
- IPX4 water resistant
- Narrow beam
- Optimized peripheral illumination
- Length: 2.15"
- Weight: 2.64 oz
- Limited lifetime warranty
- White LED
- High - 4,300 candela - 500 lumens - 1.5 hours runtime (light or light/laser)
- Red Laser
- 640 - 660nm - 18 hours runtime (laser only)
Ratings & Reviews
Great light for compact weapons!
by Chris -
Just received mine a couple days ago. Shipping was very fast. Mounted to a Glock 19. I read that the buttons are hard to activated without shifting grip but i don’t seem to have that problem. I do have long fingers though so i could see it being a problem with smaller hands. Easy to install and operate. The mounting, while only being a single screw, is very solid. The screw was designed to be used with a smal coin to make in the field changes easier but i would have preferred a hex head or proper flat blade driver to get a more positive lock. Great product from Streamlight. Always pleased with their quality and price.
Excellent for what it is.
by Mister Jay
I bought this weapon laser light combo when they first came out this year back in January. I was shopping around across different brands and this was the best value. I was having trouble finding something that did not protude pass the slide or below the trigger guard. I wanted something that would not break in the field either cause there are those cheap plastic ones I seen that do that but I'm not going risk my life with those. It's not the brightest light but in pitch black situations this disorients the target for sure, you can program the flash light to strobe. You can use just the laser, light or both at the same time and have them constantly on or with the ambi buttons. I have fired at least 300 rounds with it. I have no problem operating the buttons.
<br>My only complaints are it is such a new light it's hard to find holsters and the laser is hard to see in broad daylight conditions. Other than that great product planning on buying another.