Gear: Safariland RLS LED


Safariland RLS LED

Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Flashlights
Price: $71.25
Average Rating:
(5 Votes)

Super-bright LED technology (65 lumens)-bright enough to be your primary light. 3 AAAs provide over 50 hours use-no expensive proprietary batteries needed. Prism Reflector System with penetrating light up to 350 feet. Push button provides controllable on/off illumination of target to minimize loss of handgrip, sight picture and exposure. Attaches to gun in two quick and easy steps-quickly transitions from standard flashlight to tactical illumination. Fits most handgun models that incorporate an integral rail system-also mounts to rifles and shotguns that have a Picatinny rail. Integral clip for easy securement to belt or garment-no need for a dedicated light mount holster.

Member Reviews

  • Dscn2928_max30
    marinefit, Tue, 03 Jun 2008 07:20:45 UTC.
    1st review

    I was a die-hard Surefire fan...until I tried this light. My favorite things about it: it's smaller than a Surefire 6P, but produces the same light output (65 lumens) and uses cheaper AAA batteries instead of the Surefire 123A batteries which cost $2 each. Oh, and the batteries on this light last for 50 hours, compared to 1 hour for the Surefire 6P. The light beam is pre-focused, just like with Surefire. The initial cost is about the same as a Surefire 6P, but this light will quickly pay for itself with what you'll save on batteries.

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    M1142, Tue, 14 Oct 2008 00:55:15 UTC.

    This product is awesome. It is easy to get on and off, and does not require the dexterity and fine muscle memory that an M3 light does. It is VERY bright and well worth the money. I use it as a primary light all the time. Just make sure your put fresh batteries in when you buy the light. Very impressed!

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  • Officermatthewkilpatrick_max30
    mkilpatrick, Tue, 23 Feb 2010 15:59:03 UTC.

    I bought this light about a month ago since our agency does not allow weapon mounted lights due to the issued holster not facilitation such. This light has been great for clearing buildings and houses during the day and night. It goes on and comes off easily. It is very bright for such a little light, and I use it when conducting vehicle searches as well.

    I got a great deal at GT distributors and bought this light with the gun mount for $46. Check it out:

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  • Policelink_pix_010_max30
    texassilenthero, Thu, 15 Apr 2010 16:37:18 UTC.

    I have mixed feelings about this light. I don't have it mounted, but use the clip for my belt. I keep the weapon mount on the light and transition to it when I need it mounted on my pistol. Carrying it like this does pose some awkward carry problems as the mount for the pistol protrudes somewhat. But I like it, it is very bright.

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  • Scan0001_max30
    pojnjtcop0243, Thu, 04 Aug 2011 19:25:55 UTC.

    Love this light. It is so easy to use and transitions fast both on and off the weapon mount. Its bright, and the fact that it uses normal AAA batteries means the cost of battery replacement is minimal. The only complaint is that you have to take it off before you re-holster.

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