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TLR-VIR II Tactical Illuminator

Streamlight Inc. has introduced the TLR-VIR II, a lightweight, compact rail-mounted tactical light.

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Viridian Introduces Weapon-Mounted Video System

The FACT Duty WMC employs a 1080p full-HD digital camera with a microphone and 500 lumen tactical light. The weapon-mounted camera provides a clear view of critical use-of-force events from the end of the firearm, addressing limitations officers can face with body cameras.

SHOT Show 2019: Streamlight Introduces Rail-Mounted TLR-8 G

Streamlight Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting and weapon light/laser sighting devices, added a new low-profile model to its extensive line of TLR rail-mounted tactical lights, the TLR-8 G, featuring an "Eye Safe" green aiming laser.

Long-Gun Weapon Lights

Both of Nightstick's new long-gun weapon lights feature a rear-mounted single, dual-action momentary and constant-on thumb button to provide the shooter immediate, tactile, click-action feedback.

Streamlight TLR-7

The extremely lightweight TLR-7 delivers 500 lumens and fits a broad range of full-size and compact handguns for a variety of concealed carry and law enforcement uses.

Police Product Test: Streamlight TLR-7

Streamlight's newest addition to its TLR line of weapon lights is ideal for compact and subcompact pistols.

POLICE Survey: Flashlights and Weapon Lights

POLICE Magazine wanted to know more about your preferences for personal lighting on the job, so last month we conducted an extensive e-mail survey on the topic. Here are the results.

Tactical Flashlights: What and When

How do you pick a tactical flashlight that best serves you on duty?

SureFire: Built for Concealed Carry

SureFire believes the new XC lights, which are available with and without laser sighting, will be excellent tools for off-duty and plainclothes law enforcement officers.

Tactical Illuminator Training

Over the last 10 years of sharing what I have learned about weapon-mounted lights, I have heard the same questions, concerns, and training issues from departments around the country. I have found that discussing Jeff Cooper's Rules of Firearms Safety in reverse is an easy way to hit all of the bases for a solid tactical illuminator training program.