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InForce WML Weapon Mounted Multifunction White LED Tactical Light w/ 200 Lumen LED
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The prefect light. I have tried many and I can find no issues with this light. Flexible mounting positions to suit your taste. I have mine at 45' to t...
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Awesome ergonomics...

by krayzhie, from United States, AK Written on November 13, 2014
This is probably by far the best mounted light i have seen. Very light, easy to install, less than $150, has momentarily, strobe and steady function. i like the momentarily feature. Very light and easy to mount on your rifle. No tools needed. User friendly =D. Would definitely buy another set in the future....
Would recommend: Yes
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Fine Weapon Mounted Light

by JD MAK, from United States, MI Written on September 27, 2014
The ergonomics are about as perfect as any weapons light could have. I like the option of having momentary on, strobe and steady on.
Now the negatives: Call it what you will, it's plastic. Also, the rubber push-button cover is eventually going to degrade, dry out and crack. I can EASILY see my machined aluminum sealed construction Streamlight TLR-1 lasting for decades...this one, I'd be pleasantly surprised if it lasts 3-5 years with steady use and abuse. In all fairness to Inforce, this is a concern, nothing more. I've neither seen nor heard of anything to indicate that these are nothing but rugged.
Given that the weight of the Streamlight TLR-1 is only 1.18 ounces more, I don't necessarily see the lightness of the WML being such a selling point. For me, it's the ergonomics, which are superb. The best out there, in fact.
I originally was going to buy two of these, one for my Ar and oen fro my AK. As the AK is my SHTF weapon, I decided to stick with a SHTF lighting system. The AR keeps the Inforce WML and the AK gets the nuke proof, years old and ratty looking TLR-1.
If they made an Inforce WML with machined aluminium, I'd be the first in line to buy it. In the meantime, I'll continue to use this line of weapon mounted lights for any and all future AR builds.
P.S. If you are anal retentive about color, I should point out that the black is actually a charcoal grey...not black. To me, it doesn't matter, but some folks are finicky about that sort of thing....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Value!

by iApple1984, from United States, GA Written on July 30, 2014
Let me start by saying that the main appeal for this weapon light is it's value. I was initially considering a Surefire light, which would have also required a separate mount and vertical grip to attach the on/off switch. I was looking at spending around $400 total when I came across the InForce WML (Weapon Mounted Light) for less than $150.

You don't get the all metal build quality or high lumen count like Surefire lights, but you do get a fairly well-featured light with a built-in mount and well-positioned on/off switch. As an added bonus, it comes in several color options including Flat Dark Earth, which matches the FDE color scheme I have going on my AR-15. Even though the housing is primarily plastic it's still pretty sturdy, and capable of taking the usual knocks and dings you may put your weapon through (though obviously not as much as a Surefire). As far as the light output is concerned, the 200 lumens provided by the InForce WML is perfect for most applications, especially home defense. Most of the higher-end weapon lights provide 500 lumens or more, which is a great stat on paper, but impractical if you want to avoid blinding yourself in a home with white walls. In addition, you have the ability to use the light in a momentary on mode (which is more tactically advantageous), constant on mode, low-light, and strobe (strobe can be disabled if you don't want to inadvertently select it during operation). I actually purchased the momentary only WML first, however, I ...
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Pros:
  • Affordable
  • Built-In Features
Cons:
  • Plastic Construction
Best Used for:
  • Home Defense
Would recommend: Yes
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great light with options of low light first

by Macdan27, from United States, MO Written on July 30, 2014
I used an offset mount on my 16" BCM middy and am very impressed with it. I like using the lower 30 Lumen light indoors to save my night vision and the option of disabling the strobe as well. I have mine set up for the 200 Lumen as second push of the switch for outdoor use and first press as 30 Lumen. Those light colored walls on the higher power totally back light my body to an intruder and reflect back at you making me loose my night vision which is a no no.I placed mine on my 13" keymod rail as far forward on the rail as possible with offset mount to prevent barrel shadowing with still room to depress my release post on my Troy folding front Tritium sight. Good quality sight and well designed for half the price of Surepricey models. Good shooting....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great weapon light.

by elephantrider, from United States, CA Written on July 27, 2014
Love this little weapon light. Everything you need and nothing you don't. Very light weight, compact, and easy to mount/dismount from a picatinny rail. Very efficient LED and reflector that puts out excellent light for a single cell flashlight. Plenty bright for indoor or medium rang exterior use. Beam has a great amount of surrounding spill that is very bright and usable. Darn near a perfect product all the way around. It has a strobe function that can be disabled. The multifunction features a momentary high and a constant on high or low level beam....
Pros:
  • light weight
  • compact
  • easy to use
Cons:
  • None
Would recommend: Yes
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Best weaponlight on the market

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on April 29, 2014
I'm a died in the wool Surefire fanatic but I can't deny that this is better than the X300. I've replaced all of my X300s with Inforce WMLs. They weigh less, run off of only one cell, provide plenty of light, are very sturdy, and a battery change is as easy as unscrewing the bezel and popping in a new cell. Here's something else - Optics Planet hasn't updated their website - they will be shipping me the 200 lumen version next, which I can't wait to check out. Anyway, I have these running on 5 ARs and one 12 gauge 870 and they've all been flawless. I had one dealing with Inforce's customer service and they were awesome. I highly recommend this light for any long gun application.
Pros: Super light weight, ease of battery change, easy physical lockout, easy and useful functions, runs off of one cell
Cons: It doesn't dispense beer...
Would recommend: Yes
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Inforce WML

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 27, 2013
Great light for the price, easy to install and very low profile.
Pros: Small and light
Cons: noe...
Would recommend: Yes
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Nice light

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MO Written on July 15, 2013
This is a great light. The only issue I have is not really the lights fault. I mounted it on the fore end grip of my Mossberg 500.That put the on/off switch right where I wanted it. Easy to operate. But It casts a shadow from the barrel.
Pros: Easy to turn on off
Cons: see comments...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great item!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TN Written on June 28, 2013
This is the second WML I have purchased. The first went on my M&P 15T. This is going on my 870. They have held up well in all the classes I've put both weapons through. I really like this little light. Good price too!
Pros: Light weight, sturdy, easy to install & operate
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Light

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 19, 2013
I have this light on my Daniels Defense 300 Blackout and i love it!! I put it on the left rail and can easily operate it with my thumb. I will be ordering more for my VZ and Mossberg 930. Love it!!!
Pros: Only 3 ounces and bright
Cons: None ...
Would recommend: Yes
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