Streamlight TLR-1 HL FDE, Tactical Gun Mount Light - Flat Dark Earth #69266
Featuring a powerful 1000 lumen beam that can reach up to 245 m, the Streamlight TLR-1 HL Light provides superior illumination for all your tactical missions. These Streamlight Gun Mounted Flashlights easily mount and remove Glock and Picatinny-style rails with a clamp system without tools in a fast and straightforward way, and can match existing light-bearing brackets for flexibility. Streamlight TLR-1 HL Rail-Mounted Tactical Arm Light has an ambidextrous momentary/steady on / off switch, and a user-programmable strobe can be turned on and off depending on your lighting needs. The Streamlight TLR-1 HL 1000 Lumen Pistol Light is the ideal option for high-power weapon lights in a lightweight, rugged package!
Features and Benefits of the Streamlight TLR 1 HL:
- C4® LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000 hour lifetime
- 800 lumens; 15,000 candela peak beam intensity; 245m beam; runs 1.75 hours
- Engineered optic produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination
- Powered by two 3-volt CR123 lithium batteries with 10-year storage life
- Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely with no tools and without putting your hands in front of the muzzle
- Mounts directly to handguns with Glock-style rails and to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails.
- Includes keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99 and S&W TSW
- Machined aluminum sealed construction with black anodized finish
- Ambidextrous momentary/steady on/off switch
- User programmable strobe can be enabled/disabled
- Fits existing light bearing holsters
- 3.39” (8.61 cm); 4.18 oz (118.6 grams)
- Operating temperature: -40°F to +120°F
- IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes
- Lithium Battery Notice under TECH DOCS
- Remote switches are available as optional accessories and must be used in conjunction with 69130 or 69161 remote door switch. All switches and door switch are sold separately. Reference TLR Accessories Brochure in DOCS/INFO tab for more information.
- Long Gun Kit available (#69262). Kit includes TLR-1 HL with thumb screw, “safe off” door switch, remote pressure switch and mounting clips, and two 3V CR123A lithium batteries.
- Available in black, Flat Dark Earth or Flat Dark Earth Brown
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Assembled in USA
- Streamlight 69266 tlr-1-hl
- Streamlight tlr 1 hl fde
- tlr 1 hl fde
- Streamlight tlr 7 flat dark earth
TLR1 Quick Links:
- streamlight tlr1
- streamlight tlr-1
- tlr-1 flashlight
- tlr 1 light
- tlr 1 streamlight
- tlr-1 streamlight
- streamlight trl 1
- tlr 1 flashlight
- tlr 1
- tlr-1 light
More Lighting Quick links
- glock flashlight
- Glock 43 light
- glock 43 flashlight
- flashlight for glock 19
- Glock 48 light
- Glock 43x light
- Glock 43x mos light
- glock 43x flashlight
- Glock 48 flashlight
- Light for glock 43x mos
- Glock 19 light
Other Streamlight TLR Quick links
- streamlight tlr
- tlr 6 p365
- tlr10 streamlight
- tlr7 sub
- streamlight tlr 6 hellcat
- streamlight tlr-3
- streamlight tlr 6
- streamlight tlr1
- streamlight tlr7
- streamlight tlr7a
- TLR-7 sub Glock 43x
- streamlight glock 19
Other Quick Links
Make sure to see all avalable Streamlight TLR-1 modles and options of Streamlight Weapon Lights.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Streamlight TLR-1 is the Best light out there!
I equip all my pistols with the Streamlight TLR-1 HL or TLR-1 HL-s. When using a universal holster such as the Omnivore that secures a specific light, any pistol can be holstered with it attached. These lights are durable, bright, long-lasting, and come with a lifetime warranty. It's crucial to have a light on every house gun. For civilian use, I recommend purchasing a TLR-1 HL or TLR-2 with a laser. In a room filled with lasers, it can be challenging to identify your own.
Could not be happier with it
I'm extremely pleased with this light. I own two Streamlight pistol lights (the other being the TLR-7A), and I love them both. They have a solid build, securely lock onto the rail, are easy to install and use, and provide excellent brightness. They light up everything, making it effortless to see into large rooms or down hallways without blinding oneself while sweeping across white painted walls. Additionally, if you own an FDE 509 like I do, this light is an almost perfect color match.
This light is truly amazing - my second Streamlight. It's almost as good as my Surefire x300, but much cheaper. I initially put it on a range toy, but I'm now considering using it every day. The battery lasts longer than my Surefire, the switch is incredibly smooth, and the light is bright. It comes with several mounting options for various platforms. While it doesn't appear as robust as the Surefire, I'm not willing to test it by beating it against a rock. Overall, I highly recommend it - a perfect 10/10.
I purchased this for my Glock 34 build, and the FDE color is closest to burnt bronze. The Earth color is a dark brown and not as depicted in the photos. Although it's not exactly bronze or FDE, this goldish bronze FDE complements Coyote or some FDEs and is a bit lighter than my burnt bronze and Glock FDE frame. The light is great - easy to use, bright, and with the option to strobe. It's the best-looking light, and on a full-size pistol, it doesn't extend beyond the barrel by much, which is acceptable. It's not as bright as my Olights, but I love the aesthetic, it's easy to attach and detach, and it can handle 9mm without issue.
The light fit my FN perfectly with the 1913 key, although it would have been okay with the key it came with. Changing the key only took a minute, and now it's perfect. Despite conflicting advice on tightening with a quarter, I didn't tighten it too much and it didn't come loose after firing many rounds. The key to avoiding this issue is using the right key. The light works perfectly with one tap on the right side to lock on and two quick taps on the left and one on the right to activate the strobe light hands-free. The color matches my FN well, and after searching for a long time, I'm extremely happy with my purchase.
Great flashlight, don’t cheap out. Get Streamlight
I used to buy off-brand or cheap flashlights for my Glock 19X, but they were poorly mounted and not very bright. However, after giving Streamlight a chance, I won't go back to cheap options. Despite being hesitant due to the price, I found that these flashlights are of high quality and easy to install. They're also very bright, and I even purchased another Streamlight flashlight that's even brighter at 1000 lumens. Overall, I recommend giving Streamlight a try.
Too Bright, easy to operate and install, tough contruction, lack-luster runtime
This is an honest review of the light, not just praise. While Streamlight is a solid competitor to SureFire, SureFire remains the superior light due to its understanding of the rule of tactical lighting - 350-500 lumens are sufficient to illuminate without blinding oneself. The TLR-1-HL's 800 lumens can cause reflection and a shorter battery life. However, the light is still good quality and has an easy-to-use switch and battery door mechanism. The strobe function is unnecessary and may be accidentally activated. The reviewer is being hypercritical for a 4-star review but believes that the standard TLR-1 may be a better choice, or one could choose the light based on personal preference.
Alternative to Surefire X300 Ultra?
As someone who carries a firearm professionally and may need to use it in life or death situations, I haven't had the light long enough to fully assess its reliability. However, I've found the controls to be intuitive, the battery life good, and the light itself reliable. I recommend considering a less bright model than the TLR-HL, as 1000 lumens is too bright for combat situations. My only concern is that the screw securing the light to the rail seems to be made of plastic or soft metal, which could be problematic over time. The Surefire X300 is a worthy competitor, but more expensive. Overall, I recommend this light for home defense or concealed carry, but need more experience to recommend it as a duty light.