Streamlight’s new TLR-7A FLEX Handgun Light Gives You Two Switch Positions for Custom Fit

Streamlight TLR-7A FLEX mounted on a Lone Wolf build with laser engraved slide. (Photo: Mark Miller)

For more information on the TLR-7A FLEX visit Streamlight.com.

Streamlight’s new TLR-7A FLEX rail-mounted light comes with two ergonomic ambidextrous tail switches to fit your hands regardless of your grip or shooting style. Small enough to fit even sub-compact guns, the LED light delivers 5,000 candela and 500 lumens over a beam distance of 140 meters.

As many shooters know, finding a pistol light that puts the switch right where it needs to be can be a challenge. The FLEX solves this problem.

Two separate ambidextrous on/off switches to securely fit a broad range of full-sized and compact guns.

“Our newest light features ambidextrous on/off rear switches with low and high positions to suit user preference, and a rail clamp that attaches and detaches easily from the side of compact and full-frame handguns,” said Ray Sharrah, Streamlight President and CEO.

“Like the original TLR-7, it is designed to maximize visibility and targeting capability in a variety of home defense and tactical applications,” he continued.

The TLR-7A FLEX mounts securely on any Picatinny rail with a one-handed, snap-on, and tighten interface that keeps the hands away from the muzzle. Streamlight’s “Safe Off feature” locks to prevent accidental activation.

The TLR-7A mounts securely on any Picatinny rail with a one-handed, snap- on, and tighten interface that keeps the hands away from the muzzle. Streamlight’s “Safe Off feature” locks to prevent accidental activation.  

Built tough for on-duty and every-day carry, the impact-resistant construction features 6000 Series machined aircraft aluminum with a black anodized finish. It weighs in at 2.4 ounces and measures 2.58 inches in length. The light is waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes with an IPX7 rated design.

The grip-clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely to the rail with no tools and without putting your hands in front of the muzzle.

Assembled in the USA, the new light offers two modes, LED only or LED strobe. A single 3 Volt CR2 lithium battery provides a run time of 1.5 hours. It comes packaged with the switch mounted in the high position. The low switch configuration is included. MSRP is $225.75.

Get your very own Streamlight TLR-7 A FLEX rail-mounted light HERE.

Features:

  • 500 lumens; 140m beam; runs 1.5 hours
  • Custom optic produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination
  • Ambidextrous on/off switch
  • TLR-7 side switch model cannot be retrofitted to the TLR-7A rear switch models
  • Uses one CR123A lithium battery (included)
  • Safe off feature prevents accidental activation; saves batteries
  • Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely with no tools and without putting your hands in front of muzzle
  • Securely fits a broad range of full-sized and compact guns
  • Durable, anodized machined aluminum construction
  • User enabled strobe function
  • 2.58” (6.55 cm); 2.4 oz (68.1g)
  • IPX7 waterproof to 1m for 30 minutes
  • Limited lifetime warranty

For more information on the TLR-7A visit Streamlight.com.

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About the author: Mark Miller is a former Customs Agent and a Green Beret who served in Afghanistan and a number of other live fire locations. A student of firearms and shooting, he is an FFL and a SOT. The guiding philosophy of his life is that terrain and situation dictate tactics and the enemy always gets a vote on any plan.

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  • Area52 January 3, 2020, 4:29 pm

    It will be great if the companies started making handgun lights smaller while not compromising on lumens and the beam of light. I would also like to find out if anyone including police officers had any incidents were a strobe light resolved / or help resolve a combative situation.
    My point : Strobe lights = good or gimmick.

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