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INFORCE Launches New Rifle Mounted Light

During the recent SHOT show, Emissive Energy Corp. debuted a new aluminum construction light for carbines.

The aluminum construction light runs on an 18650 battery or alternatively, on two CR123a batteries.  It cranks out 1500 lumens with an hour and 45-minute run time.

The new light has a four-position switch that allows for high, low, momentary only and off positions.

It will be available in the second quarter of 2019 and is anticipated to retail for $229.

 

“We’re incredibly excited about this innovative new light,” says Matthew S. Wolfe, Vice President of Emissive Energy Corporation. “Our new products offer higher lumens and integrate seamlessly, providing simple, fast mounting with an ergonomic design.”

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11 Responses to “INFORCE Launches New Rifle Mounted Light”

  1. Sean says:

    I wonder if this will be available before the OWL preorders get delivered.

  2. PTMcCain says:

    Has the O-Light lights been used enough in real-world situations to determine if they are really rugged enough to handle the job?

    This light looks very interesting!

  3. PTMcCain says:

    This looks like an interesting light! Looks quite rugged. What’s the word on InForce? Have they been tested enough in real-world applications to determine if they are good to go?

    • joe says:

      They’re regarded as fragile and tiers below surefire by most people who know what’s up. That being said you can always find a picture of someone using something “in the wild.”

    • Payce says:

      Track record is subpar, output has always been low and the plastic mounting solution on them is fragile. That said, this may have fixed both of those issues with this and for $300 I’m willing to give it a shot.

  4. Pedro says:

    Any switch options – tape switch compatible?

    • Richie says:

      The activation button is on the top of the mount

      • Jack Griffin says:

        Duh, but can I put the light body on the right side of the rifle?

        The assumption is there but it isn’t stated.

        And a dual cell/1500-lumen is nice but can I get a single cell?

        They could round those edges a little, too.

        • Richie says:

          Yes, you can put it on the right side, the mount is reversible. I do agree with the rounded edges and single cell option, the less weight at the front of my rifle the better

  5. BS says:

    Very OWL-ish :)

  6. Mojo says:

    I remember when their first WML or APL came out at 125 Lumens and because it was developed with input from “Operators” who spec’d that, more was not necessary, if it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for you.Now they’re putting out lights with 1500. I wonder how much they think is necessary now.