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INFORCE APL (Auto Pistol Light), White Light, Constant and Momentary Switch


INFORCE APL (Auto Pistol Light), White Light, Constant and Momentary Switch

The INFORCE APL LED auto pistol light produces 200 lumens of white light with a tight beam for close- to mid-range applications and balanced peripheral light for discernment of the surrounding area. The straightforward, bilateral and ambidextrous paddle switching system affords left or right hand activation and natural finger movement from the weapon body to the switch. The INFORCE APL is ultralight and durable inside and out. Its integrated mounting system is compact, convenient and accommodates different rail dimensions. 

Product Specifications:

200 Lumens

Run time: 1.5 hours

Bilateral paddle switches offer:

• On/off switch operation with either hand

• Natural finger movement to activate the switches

• Constant and momentary options

Product ships with (2) rail mounting bars that accommodate MIL-STD-1913 rails.

Length: 3 in. / 7.619 cm.

Width: 1.2 in. / 3.048 cm.

Weight: 2.83 oz. / 80.229 g.

Batteries: 1 x 123A Lithium

Will not fit Beretta model PX4 storm or H&K USP.

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Product Reviews

  1. Craig

    This is my follow up review to the one I posted on 18 March 2013. I still like the mounting system for its ease of use and the dual paddle system. The light itself is lightweight and doesn't make the pistol feel muzzle heavy.

    Unfortunately, my final review gets 1 star because my second replacement light also broke as of 4 July 2013. This time, the rail cross bar (which is plastic) cracked where it meets the right side rail attachment. I used both lights on a railed Sig P226 in a Safariland 6360 holster. I suspect that the second light broke either from recoil or from occasionally catching on the rear edge of the holster while reholstering. I had been using the larger of the two included cross bars but the light never quite locked fully tight on the rail (there was some slight front to rear movement).

    My recommendation to Inforce is to seriously look at the mounting system and redesign it with steel or something stronger like the Surefire system. The plastic rail attachments and the cross bar are clearly both potential failure points.

    As a side note, I own two Inforce WMLs, one for my AR and one for my 870. I like the WMLs a lot and Inforce in general based on my dealings with their customer service so this review is not meant as just another anonymous Internet bashing.

    Also, IWC was great about exchanging the second APL for an X300 Ultra, which I will review once I get some trigger time with it and see how it handles daily LE use.

  2. Ernest

    Compact, lightweight, bright enough to light up a decent area but not bright enough to really hurt your eyes when you shine the light on a white wall inside a house. Simple UI, simple to mount/unmount to a Glock.

    My video review of this light on youtube:

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