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NRAAM 17 – Inforce APLc GLOCK 

The APLc GLOCK from Inforce is now shipping. It offers 200 lumens and mounts flush with the muzzle of a G19. The paddle switches are easy to manipulate but a simple turn of the head offers lockout for storage or transportation. It is powered by a CR2 battery with a 90 minute run time.  At 1.87 ounces, you won’t even know it’s there.

Currently, the light is designed specifically for use with GLOCKs due to rail issues. Look for a 1913 compatible model soon.

www.inforce-mil.com

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12 Responses to “NRAAM 17 – Inforce APLc GLOCK ”

  1. Ed says:

    Nice, some good’ol competition for SF

    • Johnny says:

      No competition really unless you want a cheap inferior light that probably doesn’t fit your rail correctly or will fall off during deployment. If you don’t believe me, Google it. Plenty of horror stories of these crap lights failing.

  2. Jeremy says:

    Excellent. This has a vastly superior activation setup over the SF XC1 light. Magpul magwells, front slide serrations, this light; this is a great year to buy a G19!

    • PNWTO says:

      It has been a good year to buy a G19 since 1988… before all the dumb shit came out.

  3. chris says:

    pressure from my rifle blew the head off the WML… I agree with mr. johnny.

  4. Ben Busse says:

    I do not have any personal experience with Inforce products, but I will compliment the esthetics as being a fairly good match to the Glock.

  5. James says:

    There were definitely some durability issues with the mounting on the first gen of the APL. The newer gen was a DRASTIC improvement. After some testing, and running it through two courses, without issues it became part of my EDC. I’ve got close to 10,000 rounds through my pistol, with zero issues from the light. The latest version of the APL and the new APL-C have even more ruggedized internals now, and the paddle activation has a nice textured grip to help with turning off and on. As for their WML’s, I had one issue with the one I had mounted on my Troy CSASS. It simply stopped working… not sure if it was the abuse of hard use I put it through, a freak defect, or what, but I let them know, and I had a replacement within three days. I haven’t had any issue with the new one.

  6. Gino S says:

    Inforce products are subpar, don’t hold a candle to surefire