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Inforce – New Compact and Gen3 Pistol Mounted Lights Introduced

Emissive Energy debuts new APL Glock Compact and new Gen3 APL & APL Glock models

North Kingstown, RI – Emissive Energy Corporation, an industry leader in weapon mounted lighting products, has expanded its APL (Automatic Pistol Lights) product lines today with three new pistol lights including a new compact light and two new Gen3 lights.
The Gen3 APL and APL Glock products continue to be just as lightweight (at just 2.95 ounces) as discovered with their Gen2 predecessors, but now provide new upgrades including 400 lumens. Incredibly powerful yet compact in size, the Gen3 APL integrates with MIL-STD-1913 and Universal rails and features a new glass reinforced polymer body, which offers higher-impact resistance and durability.

The Gen3 APL Glock integrates with Universal rails only. There are two operating modes: constant and momentary and the new products are water resistant and offer a contoured non-slip switch for easy on/off.

Extensively tested for performance, durability and reliability, customers won’t find a more advanced pistol light on the market today.

The APL Glock Compact is a brand new Inforce product providing 200 lumens in its 2.43-inch glass reinforced polymer body.

“Our new APL products are consistent with our vision to continually explore new ways to provide dependable lightweight, high-quality products,” says Matthew S. Wolfe, Vice President of Emissive Energy Corporation. “Our new products offer higher lumens and integrate seamlessly, providing simple, fast mounting with no need for additional tools.”


The Gen3 APL and APL Glock products offer many functional enhancements including:
• Increased lumens from 200 to 400, at just 2.95 ounces
• High efficiency emitter providing up to 1.5 hours of runtime from a single Lithium CR123a battery
• Concentrated, high-intensity beam that fills the field of view for close to mid-range target identification
• Aluminum clamping system for improved strength and durability
• Ambidextrous on-off switch operation
• Textured paddles for improved non-slip grip
• Easy-to-operate lockout system ensuring the light isn’t turned on until the operator is ready


The new APL Glock Compact model offers many features including:
• 200 lumens, at just 1.87 ounces
• High efficiency emitter providing up to 1.5 hours of runtime from a single Lithium CR2 battery
• Completely flush mounting with muzzle of a Glock 19
• Ambidextrous on-off switch operation
• Textured paddles for optimal non-slip grip
• Easy-to-operate lockout system ensuring the light isn’t turned on until the operator is ready

For more information on Inforce’s products go to www.Inforce-Mil.com.

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10 Responses to “Inforce – New Compact and Gen3 Pistol Mounted Lights Introduced”

  1. Gerard says:

    I dont have any personal experience with Inforce weapons lights, Im interested in everyone elses feedback

    • Chuck says:

      The gen 1 apl was crap. The mounting system was a cantilever design that was prone to giving way and dying off if the pistol was any caliber higher than 9mm. The gen 2 with the Streamlight style screw mount has proven to be a far superior design. Carry the light everyday on my G19. The switch is the best part of the apl. Very ergonomic. The lockout feature is almost mandatory use. The lights have terrible battery drain issues if you don’t lock them out.

  2. fritz bousigschouer says:

    the new foursevens weaponlight has way more output and is smaller

  3. MK says:

    I’ve been carrying a gen 2 APL on a G19 or G17 daily for about 2 years. It is my favorite weapon light for concealed carry.

    Pros: Best switches of any light I’ve used. Easy to activate the light even when shooting one handed,. fully ambi controls unlike XC1. It doesn’t add any length when mounted on a G17 and is only a touch wider than a Glock slide. Lightweight.

    Cons: the Gen2 requires a flat screwdriver (or shell casing) to mount and dismount. The mount is secure, and I’ve never had the light fall off. Not as easy to don/doff as a TLR.

    I’ve shot several thousand rounds through the APL with no issues. I don’t use the lock out function unless the gun will be stored for a long period of time and I find the battery life to be acceptable (several months of carrying).

    Soldier Systems, do you know if the width of the micro is the same as the Gen2 APL? MSRP? Thank you very much for the reporting.

  4. Carl says:

    Anybody know if the lockout switch is anything more than simply unscrewing the bezel? Biggest problem I have with my APL is unintended light discharge drawing from an IWB holster.

  5. darrel says:

    Definitely interested in that APL Glock model, I just couldn’t warm up to the XC1.

  6. travis says:

    When is the release date for the compact glock model?

  7. P says:

    Can never go wrong with a Surefire x300u-B. At 600 lumens, it will cut easily into a vehicle with dark tint. There’s a reason why it’s issued to units across the nation (and no…it’s definitely not because Surefire is the lowest bidder. LOL). Durable product.

    Previously, Inforce has never made the cut (into the mainstream) due to the lower lumen output (200). However, with the new gen 3 putting out 400 lumens and relatively low price point, it is “worth a look.” Perhaps a backup/secondary to keep in your load out bag. IMHO