Posted August 27, 2018 12:17 pm by Comments

By Chris Mudgett

With the introduction of the TLR-7 and -8, Streamlight has made it easier to carry concealed, especially when carrying inside the waistband.

With the introduction of the TLR-7 and -8, Streamlight has made it easier to carry concealed, especially when carrying inside the waistband.

Consumers have been asking for a professional-quality, flush-fit white light to mount on compact pistols for some time. Several manufacturers have attempted to answer this call, but none have gotten it right until now. Meet Streamlight’s new TLR-7 and TLR-8.

With the introduction of the TLR-7 and -8, Streamlight has made it easier to carry concealed, especially when carrying inside the waistband (IWB). The new models help continue the streak of success that the company has been on since its TLR-1 and TLR-2 pistol lights. With the new offerings, the lens will not extend beyond the front of the muzzle of a Glock 19 or similarly sized compact pistols.

Streamlight's new flush-fit TLR-7 compact light and TLR-8 light/laser combo offer easy access for activation just ahead of the triggerguard. Both feature ambidextrous switch operation. TLR-7 $215 TLR-8 $350

Streamlight’s new flush-fit TLR-7 compact light and TLR-8 light/laser combo offer easy access for activation just ahead of the triggerguard. Both feature ambidextrous switch operation.
TLR-7 $215
TLR-8 $350

Guns & Ammo’s staff are fans of the TLR-1, but have at times …Read the Rest

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