|August 3, 2013, 09:48 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 13, 2011
Inforce APL Weapon Light Review
I've been using the APL for a while now; here's what I've found.....
-Cost. The light can be had for around $100
-The activation paddles are very easy to activate and ambidextrous
-Uses relatively common CR123 battery
-Comes with two mounting brackets---universal and 1913
-200 C4 LED output. It's a nice white light with a good peripheral cone.
-O ring sealed
-Lightweight. Weighs 2.8oz.
-It's not as bright as some lights on the market but brightness isn't an end all, be all on a weapon light.
-1.5hr runtime (but only uses 1 battery vs. 2 for most weapon lights.
Here's a review of the light with a side by side comparison with some other weapon lights at night, some shooting (day/night), and a discussion of the pros and cons:
Inforce APL HD Video Review Link
Mrgunsngear Youtube Channel
|August 22, 2013, 01:10 PM||#2|
Join Date: December 5, 2010
Location: Miami, Florida
Nice review, I was looking at it for a strict nightstand duty with my Glock 21sf (funny). I have a TLR-1s on my CCW which is a Glock 19..I have various holsters for the Glock 19 with the light, without it, IWB, OWB, all the above. So wouldn't be wise to switch over the Inforce APL. But I wouldn't mind slapping one onto a gun that it could just stay on, like my Glock 21sf.
I'll look into one. Thank you for the review.
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