Streamlight® Launches New Laser Model of TLR-6® Light for Taurus GX4

Streamlight® Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting and weapon light/laser sighting devices, introduced a new laser model of its ultra-compact TLR-6® rail-mounted weapon light to fit the best-selling Taurus GX4™ micro-compact handgun. The new light, which features an integrated red aiming laser, joins a growing family of laser-equipped TLR-6 weapon lights that fit sub-compact handguns.

Like other TLR-6 weapon lights, this newest model is designed to maximize visibility and targeting capability in a variety of concealed carry, home defense and tactical situations. It securely attaches to the rail and trigger guard of the Taurus GX4™. It offers targeted bright light, and with its powerful red aiming laser, enables users to more readily identify a potential threat before taking action.

Ray Sharrah, Streamlight President and Chief Executive Officer

This new model uses a bright white LED to deliver 100 lumens and 2,000 candela over a beam distance of 89 meters, and features a parabolic reflector that produces a balance of beam and peripheral illumination. The light also is equipped with a 640-660nm red laser. It offers three lighting modes: LED only, LED/laser and laser only, with operating run times of one hour for LED only and LED/laser modes, and 11 hours for the laser only mode.

The TLR-6 for the Taurus GX4™ is powered by two (2) 3-volt CR-1/3N lithium coin batteries. It features an integrated battery door that permits batteries to be replaced while the light remains mounted on the gun, eliminating the need to re-sight the laser after a battery change. The light is equipped with left- and right-handed switches for ambidextrous operation.

The new model is manufactured from durable, impact-resistant engineered polymer. It measures 2.5 inches long and weighs 1.12 ounces.

The TLR-6 for the Taurus GX4™ has an MSRP of $187.43. It comes with Streamlight’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Source: Streamlight news release

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