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2019 ADS Fort Bragg Warfighter Expo – Streamlight TLR-VIR II

The Streamlight TLR-VIR II was the other weapon light evaluated by the US Army for the Modular Handgun System Pistol Aiming Light as a replacement for the AN/PEQ-14.

It’s a 300 lumens White light which relies on a single CR123A better to run for 1.5 hours on high or 12 hours on low. Additionally, the IR Illuminator is 850 nm, 600mW/sr (min) radiant intensity provides optimum illumination when using night vision equipment, while the IR Laser is 850 nm, Class 1, eye safe with 3 mrad adjustment increment markings; output power less than .08mW.

Featuring an aluminum chassis, the TLR-VIR II incorporates toggle switching rather than a button.

Finally, it features a strobe function and can be mounted to a Picatinny rail and used with a tape switch. Available in Black or FDE.

Streamlight products are available for unit and agency orders from ADS.

9 Responses to “2019 ADS Fort Bragg Warfighter Expo – Streamlight TLR-VIR II”

  1. TCBA_Joe says:

    That’s hot.

  2. Arrow 4 says:

    I wonder if this fits Safariland holsters that already accommodate the TLR1 and SureFire X300?

    • Mark says:

      Yes, based upon SHOT Show interviews that I saw, I believe that it does.

      This is one thing that Streamlight has consistently gotten right, with each TLR series improvement and upgrade: they all maintain the same external dimensions.

  3. EODMadBomb says:

    I’ve been impressed with Streamlight lately. They have always been ok but, the last few years they have really put out some great products.

  4. Alpha2 says:

    Glad to see the toggle switches instead of the buttons like on their TLR-8.

  5. Marcus says:

    I have a hard time finding Streamlight products like this when it a personal civilian purchase. Can anyone recommend a good distributor?

  6. charlie says:

    man, this really should have won over the submission that did.