Disclaimer: If after attaching the SlideRail XWL Weaponlight to your firearm you do not believe it fits your firearm and/or into your holster tightly and properly, we recommend you remove the weaponlight from your firearm and do not attempt to use it.
The LA Police Gear SlideRail® XWL Tactical Strobe WeaponLight is the same as our Sliderail XWL Tactical Weapon Light, but with a disorienting strobe feature.
The LA Police Gear SlideRail® XWL Tactical Strobe Weapon Light is the result of many hours of research and testing, countless samples, and a desire to produce a unique weaponlight. The core of this is our patented SlideRail® feature, which enables the light to fit Glocks or similar polymer rails without requiring you to change out any parts. Because of the unique functionality of the SlideRail®, the XWL is able to be mounted onto your pistol rail, and adjusted in place on the rail to the exact position you'd like (down to the millimeter).
Aside from the amazing new SlideRail® Feature, the XWL also features an 800 lumen output with a 1.5 hour runtime. This light is powered by two 3-volt CR123 lithium batteries (included). The overall size of the XWL means it will fit well into existing light bearing holsters on the market. All of these amazing features make this one of the best weaponlights on the market at one of the best prices - but you definitely won't be sacrificing any quality either.
- Material: Aluminum Alloy
- Length: 3.5"
- Diameter: 1.5"
- Weight: 133g
- Fit: Polymer Picatinny rails only
- Holster Fit: Fits most holsters that accommodate TLR-1 & TLR-1HL lights
- Ambidextrous momentary/constant on/off switch
- Modes: 1
- Light: 800 Lumen Cree XP-L LED
- Runtime: 1.5 hours
- Beam Distance: 210m
- Impact Resistance: 1m
- Battery Type: 3V CR123A Lithium
- Battery Quantity: 2
*The above mentioned parameters are approximate and may vary with flashlights, batteries, and environments.
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov