The non-laser TLR-6 gives pistol shooters a light source mounted on their firearm. (Photo: Steamlight)
Streamlight answers the call of consumers looking for a non-laser version of the company’s popular TLR-6, introducing new light only models for select Glock and Smith & Wesson Shield handguns.
The non-laser TLR-6 keeps to the series ultra lightweight and compact design, but ditches the laser in favor of a LED powered light. The light boasts a beam distance of 89-meters with 100 lumens on deck and 2,000 candela. The TLR-6 sports a parabolic reflector which delivers a beam of light with “peripheral illumination.” Available models include housings that fit Glock 42 and Glock 43; Glock 26, Glock 27 and Glock 33 in addition to M&P Shield handguns.
Powered by two CR-1/3N lithium coin batteries, the batteries are kept within an integrated door. This construction allows users to swap out batteries without having to remove the whole device from the gun.
“We continue to enhance the versatility of the TLR-6 weapon light by introducing non-laser body housings for select subcompact pistols,” Streamlight President and Chief Executive Officer Ray Sharrah said in a news release. “These newest models give law enforcement agencies with non-laser policies as well as other users an ultra-bright, weapons-mounted option for a variety of Glock and M&P handguns.”
The devices weigh around 1.12 to 1.16-ounces, depending on model, measuring 2.20-inches. The TLR-6 is IPX4 water-resistant in addition to sporting an impact resistant design to one meter. The non-laser TLR-6 features a Limited Lifetime Warranty and a price tag of $125.
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