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InForce WML, Tactical Weapon Mounted Flashlight, White LED, 200 Lumens w/ Momentary Function Only
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For indoor use, this is the best light for a carbine or shotgun. The light has a very wide spill so you can see every corner of the room. It's also br...
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Good, affordable weapon light

by Ninja Roll, from United States, NC Written on August 30, 2014
You can spend hundreds of dollars for a WML and I have in the past, but this is the one I've settled on. It's my second InForce...the first one had all the different modes; however, now I'm sold on the idea that if a light is not momentary-on, it's not a weapon-mounted light...it's a tactical flashlight. Even if you can afford the most expensive WML out there, this is probably the best tool for the job. The light is good for what you'd likely need it for and the bright center of light helps with aiming in a pinch. As for potential improvements, I really like the flip-up bar that protects against accidental light discharges, but if you flip it all the way up, you can still activate the light by pressing just behind it. Also, the mounting scr3w (yes, their editorial standard won't let you use the word scr3w) is hard to tighten and untighten since it is small and there's no clearance around it (a scr3wdriver slot would have been nice). However, these are very minor...the odds of accidentally discharging light with the bar up is almost nil and as for the scr3w, even totally loose the spring will hold the light onto the rail. Great product....
Would recommend: Yes
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Seemingly the best not-expensive option for a home defense rifle

by Warp, from United States, GA Written on August 29, 2014
I'd rather have a Surefire but am not willing to pay for one on every rifle. But I don't want something cheap and obviously inferior.

The only concern I had after doing some research was an alarming number of reports about the battery running down on its own, often in just a week or two. I have not had any issues. The light is plenty bright for home defense. I wouldn't want it on a 'general purpose' rifle or one used outdoors...even just in my backyard on a 1/4 acre lot, shining it into a somewhat densely vegetated and shadowed corner failed to light the area up as well as something fancier like my Surefire X300 Ultra. But I paid nearly twice as much for it, and it is a little bigger and heavier.

For my home defense rile this light is just right....
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • cost
Cons:
  • Not terribly bright
Best Used for:
  • Home Defense
Would recommend: Yes
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Good Buy

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on April 22, 2014
Great value, good quality, ergonomic, and easy on the wallet...
Would recommend: Yes
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120 lumens version is just right for the home

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on February 3, 2014
Awesome light for the price, mounts to picatinny rail quickly and easy to remove. Lightweight, great momentary push button controls. Using on 870 shotgun but easily transferable to carbine. 120 lumens is bright enough for home use, any brighter and night vision is hard to maintain.

It does blink slightly when racking the 870 hard, but not during normal use.
Pros: Lightweight, momentary switch is easy to use
Cons: Forearm mounted light blinks when racking 870 hard. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Best indoor light

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on November 4, 2013
For indoor use, this is the best light for a carbine or shotgun. The light has a very wide spill so you can see every corner of the room. It's also bright enough at 200 lumens but not too bright that you distract yourself. It's extremely easy to mount and it is so lightweight that you won't even notice that it's there.
Pros: Light weight, very bright
Cons: Plastic exterior...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great weaponlight for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on September 25, 2013
Very affordable, ergonomic and easy to use. You will not find a better LED weapon mounted light for the money.
Pros: Affordable and lightweight
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Inforce WML w/ Momentary Only

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on September 18, 2013
Great light for shooters with an overhand support grip. Thumb fits flush with the lights button. Momentary only is crucial for tactical situations. Beam is wide and bright enough for close outdoor use. Its just bright enough to give you full lighting without blinding your eyes adjusted nightvision.
Pros: quality, fitment, ergonomics, wide splash beam
Cons: poor attachment ...
Would recommend: Yes
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InForce WML

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on August 5, 2013
Overall, this is a great light. Wa a little shocked to see that the housing is some sort of polymer/glass reinforced construction. I read a couple of reviews that said the housing was an aluminum alloy...... definitely not.
Pros: Easy to install and use. Price can't be beat.
Cons: On shorter carbine rails, you'll need a cantilever mount as the push button is located approx. 2" behind the light head (where the clamp is)....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great weapons light!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on June 30, 2013
Great light, on my AR for home defense.
Pros: Ease of use, brightness, looks great!
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent picatinny mounted light for the price

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on June 25, 2013
Purchased this to mount on an MOE forend for my 870 shotgun. Everything fits beautifully and the light only weighs 3 ounces. Can't really feel any additional weight to the front of the gun, which is good.

Reliability is yet to be proven, but so far it is a quality piece of equipment.
Pros: Simple to operate, lightweight, integrated pica tinny mount
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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