SHOT Show 2024: Streamlight Launches TLR-6 HL High-Lumen Rechargeable Lights

Streamlight has introduced two high-lumen handgun lights that use its proprietary rechargeable battery and fit today's compact firearms.

Streamlight's new TRL-6 HL lights use rechargeable batteries and fit most popular compact handguns.Streamlight's new TRL-6 HL lights use rechargeable batteries and fit most popular compact handguns.Streamlight

Streamlight introduced the TLR-6 HL and the TLR-6 HL G high-lumen rechargeable gun-mounted tactical lights with an integrated red or green aiming laser this week at the 2024 Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas.

Among the first in Streamlight’s weapon-mounted lights to use a rechargeable battery, the new lights deliver 300 lumens and are designed to securely attach to the rail and trigger guard of the Glock 42/43, Glock rail mount models, the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield, and Sig Sauer P365 handguns.

Rechargeable Battery

The lights are powered by Streamlight’s new proprietary SL-B2 rechargeable battery that can be recharged in the included charge case using a USB-C cord. Each light ships with a battery in the light along with two additional batteries in the charge case, providing users a full hour of power.

“These newest additions to our best-selling line of TLR-6 weapon lights use high-lumen technology to provide full situational awareness in a variety of law enforcement, concealed carry, and home defense applications,” said Streamlight President and Chief Executive Officer Ray Sharrah. “Each comes equipped with an integrated color aiming laser to enable users to readily identify a potential threat before taking any action. The SL-B2 rechargeable battery provides on-the-go convenient charging coupled with the cost savings of rechargeability.”

Light Output

The TLR-6 HL and TLR-6 HL G each feature a white LED to deliver 4,250 candela and 300 lumens over a beam distance of 130 meters.

Both lights use a parabolic reflector to produce a balance of focused beam and peripheral illumination, Streamlight said.

Featuring left and right-handed switches for ambidextrous operation, they offer two lighting modes:

  • A quick press of either switch activates constant-on operation
  • Pressing and holding the switch turns on the momentary setting

Laser Options

The TLR-6 HL offers a 640-660 nm red laser to maximize visibility and long-range targeting capability, while the TLR-6 HL G features a 510-530 nm “eye-safe” green laser to improve users’ ability to focus on targets during daylight hours, according to Streamlight.

Both lights can be deployed in laser-only mode, LED-only mode to provide bright light, or dual mode which uses both light sources.

Runtime and Charging

They offer run times of 20 minutes for LED only and LED/laser modes. In Laser-only mode, the red laser provides 9 hours of run time, while the green laser delivers 5 hours.

The charge case charges up to two Streamlight SL-B2 rechargeable batteries at a time, with red and green indicator LEDs providing battery charge status. The lights’ integrated battery door permits tool-less battery replacement with the light mounted on the weapon, eliminating the need to re-sight the laser after a battery change.


Each light is manufactured from durable, impact-resistant engineered polymer and uses a glass lens with a shock-resistant gasket seal. The lights are impact-resistant and tested to one meter.

The TLR-6 HL and the TLR-6 HL G are both 2.50 inches long and weigh 1.12 ounces with the included battery. They are available in black, while both models that fit the Glock 42/43 are also available in flat dark earth.


The TLR-6 HL and TLR-6 HL G have MSRPs of $230 and $280 respectively. Each comes with Streamlight's limited lifetime warranty.

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