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Warrior West 19 – Streamlight To Introduce New Switching Option TLR-7 & 8 Lights

Issued on every ATF Glock 19, the Streamlight TLR-7 currently incorporates a button which is actuated with the weak hand.

However, a new variant is coming this summer with a switch which can be depressed to turn it on and off with the trigger finger.

Although this new model does not yet have a distinctive nomenclature, both will be offered.

Streamlight products are available for agency and unit order through ADS.

6 Responses to “Warrior West 19 – Streamlight To Introduce New Switching Option TLR-7 & 8 Lights”

  1. Jack Griffin says:

    New switch is what I wanted on the first go of the TLR-7. Thanks, Streamlight.

  2. Chase Warren says:

    I just contacted Streamlight to ask if retrofit switches will be available for the current versions. I just bought two TLR-8G units, of course. Maybe removing those two screws on top at the rear will allow it.

    • sjl777 says:

      Per the Streamlight rep at ADS West, the new switch cannot be retrofitted to an older light.

      The switch is a major improvement for the Streamlight pistol lights.

  3. Alpha2 says:

    The other switches were awful. Glad to see Streamlight listen to feedback and change them up.

    • Corbin says:

      Now if only we can get them to up the lumen count on the TLR-6. I don’t know how big the market is for that light, but I know I’d buy two right off the bat to replace the anemic ones I have.

  4. EODMadBomb says:

    Crap! Now I have to buy a new TLR-7!
    I really like the original light, but the switch is tough for anyone with normal length fingers. I’m glad to see they have fixed it, but now I have try and off-load my gen 1 model.