Preview: Streamlight Protac 2.0 Rail Mount Long Gun Light

posted on January 25, 2024
Streamlight Protac 2.0 Rail Mount Long Gun Light

Boasting 2,000 lumens on its high setting (for a 2.5-hour run time), the Streamlight Protac 2.0 Rail Mount Long Gun Light attaches to Picatinny sections or M-Lok slots on long gun fore-ends and comes with a pressure switch.

The 6.3"-long, 9.06-oz. light can also run on low (250 lumens) for 11 hours and offers a strobe setting—all using a single Streamlight SL-B50 lithium-ion battery pack that is USB-rechargeable.

A protected tailcap switch and gasketed pressure switch port at the rear provide control of the LED beam, which projects to 266 meters.

MSRP is $170. For more information, visit


Josey Wales
Josey Wales

“I Reckon So”: The Guns Of “The Outlaw Josey Wales”

It was one of the most iconic Western films of all time, starring one of the most successful actor/directors of all time—and it immortalized one of the most historic handguns ever made. Today, they all live on in the wildly popular exhibit “Hollywood Guns.”

The Armed Citizen® March 4, 2024

Read today's "The Armed Citizen" entry for real stories of law-abiding citizens, past and present, who used their firearms to save lives.

Preview: ATI Monte Carlo Enfield Stock Set

Gone are the days when firearm enthusiasts routinely “sporterized” full-stocked military-surplus rifles such as the No. 1, Mk III Lee-Enfield, but many examples of previously cut-down and modified rifles can be found at bargain prices in gun shops across America.

European Countries See Rise In Firearm Training, Ownership

A trend gaining momentum after Russia’s unprovoked 2022 invasion of Ukraine made headlines this month when Finland announced it was establishing 300 additional public shooting ranges.

Preview: ROAM Adventure Co. 55L Rugged Case

The ROAM 55L Rugged Case provides adventure-bound firearm enthusiasts with a premium heavy-duty storage option.

Choosing .22 LR Match Ammunition: What You Need To Know

Looking to improve the accuracy of your cherished .22 LR? Simple: use match-grade ammunition. Before committing to a bulk-buy, though, read these tips, as not all competition-worthy ammunition is right for your rifle.


Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.