Product Preview: Crimson Trace CWL-101 Tactical Light

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posted on September 17, 2018
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The pint-size powerhouse CWL-101 Tactical Light from Crimson Trace pushes a Cree XPL LED to deliver 500 lumens of intense white light. The aluminum-bodied unit can also be set for 50-lumen output, if desired, and is capable of momentary and constant “on,” as well as a strobe function. A single CR123 powers the 3.9-oz., 4"-long light, and will provide about an hour of runtime at the highest setting. The light comes ready with a mount to fit firearms with either KeyMod or M-Lok handguards, and includes a remote-style activation pad, hook-and-loop straps and double-sided tape. It can also be used as a handheld light with rear activation. Price: $70. Contact: Crimson Trace Corp.; (800) 442-2406; crimsontrace.com.

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