Streamlight TLR-1 Game Spotter Long-Range Green Led Weapon Light with Remote Switch
LONG-RANGE, RAIL-MOUNTED, GREEN LED GAME-TRACKING LIGHT
Long-range, rail mounted light featuring green LED lighting for game-tracking. Mounts directly to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails and weapons with Glock-style rails.
Features of the Streamlight TLR-1 Game Spotter
- Green LED lighting that that provides long-range identification, preserves night vision, and won't spook varmints
- White LED provides 150 lumens, runs 1.75 hours, 350m beam, 31,000 candela peak beam intensity
- Mounts directly to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails and weapons with Glock-style rails
- Includes rail locating keys for mounting to a variety of rails
- Remote Switch: Momentary/steady On-Off and port plug for remote switch assembly
- Tethered battery door and latch mechanism prevents battery door loss while providing easy battery replacement.
- One handed snap-on and tighten interface keeps hands away from muzzle when attaching/detaching
- Extensively live-fire tested impact resistant construction
- Powered by two 3V CR123A lithium batteries (included)
- Durable anodized aluminum construction
- Unbreakable polycarbonate lens with scratch-resistant coating
- IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes
- Operating temperature: -40°F to +120°F
- Serialized for positive identification
- Length with standard switch: 4.83 in. (12.27 cm); 5.3 oz (150.3 grams) with standard switch and batteries
- Length with remote switch: 5.25 in (13.34 cm); 5.6 oz (158.8 grams) with remote switch and batteries
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Assembled in USA
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|Battery Type||CR123A Lithium|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
I use this at night to look across my lake, which is 300yds. You can switch it on or use the pressure switch for momentary use. Super bright, has a central focus then a flood around it. I looked at other hog lights, and they just seemed cheap. Ecstatic that I made the right choice.
It fits my R25 GII just fine with the Rem (DPMS) rail that came with rifle. Typically hunt hogs by moonlight with good quality binoculars and scope. I recently got a FLIR Scout, which was an absolute game-changer; however needed spotlight for taking the shot. Shot two hogs first night out with low moonlight. Nice beam, good out to 150-200yds which is pretty much the safe limit for night shooting. The remote switch is not necessary if you have big hands. I can palm a basketball and was able to use my thumb. It's very light, including the lens, which is plastic. I'm always climbing barbed wire fences and sneaking through the mesquite. I gave it a four because I know it's only a matter of time before the lens gets busted. Also would be nice if it came with a soft case like my old TLR1.
No Regrets, great hunting light
So far I am absolutely thrilled with this light. I bought it for nighttime critter dispatching and it looks like it is going to work perfectly. I have no problems seeing at 300 yards and can even see the reticles without them being lit. Of course, I'm looking through a 56MM Nightforce. The green light is amazing. Probably not the best for naked-eye viewing, but it allows the scope to do its job at a distance, and it doesn't light the neighborhood up. If the critters don't mind the green light, they are in some serious trouble! This light throws a nice tight hot spot in the center of the beam. I would estimate it to be around a pie plate at 20 yards. I am pleased with the quality, and the beam seems to be centered in the scope at distance.