Product Preview: Mission First Tactical TBLW

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posted on June 9, 2017
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The Mission First Tactical TORCH Backup Light-White (TBLW) is a Picatinny-rail-mounted firearm light that weighs less than an ounce and stands less than an inch high, making it an unobtrusive addition to any home-defense gun. A single CR2016 battery provides 12 hours of illumination, and a recessed, pressure-activated pad quickly turns the unit on and off. While the TBLW features two white-light LEDs, a model utilizing one red and one infrared LED (TBLIR) for nightvision use, is also available. Price: $50. Contact: Mission First Tactical, LLC; (267) 704-0001; missionfirsttactical.com.

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