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5.11 Tactical Introduces ATAC Flashlights

November 11, 2011  | 

Photo: OfficerStore.com
Photo: OfficerStore.com

5.11 Tactical introduced its line of ATAC flashlights at the 2011 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference, offering five choices for officers.

The lights arrive with aerospace-grade aluminum bodies, regulated circuits for maximum output, high-powered Cree XP-G LEDs, and three modes (high, low, and strobe).

The lights include the ATAC L1, which is rated at 173 lumens, runs for 2 hours, and retails for $74.99. The ATAC A1 is rated at 103 lumens, runs for 50 minutes, and retails for $54.99. The ATAC L2 is rated at 222 lumens, runs for 4 hours, and retails for $84.99. The ATAC A2 is rated at 162 lumens, runs for 1 hour and 45 minutes, and retails for $64.99. The ATAC PLx is rated at 69 lumens, runs for 3 hours, and retails for $29.99.

5.11 Tactical is also offering a belt clip compatible with all ATAC lights that attaches to standard and duty belts. It retails for $14.99.

The flashlights are being distributed by OfficerStore.com.

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t @ 11/11/2011 6:11 PM

Good, now more bad guys at night will be thrown in jail where they belong.

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