Streamlight’s TLR-6 Subcompact Light Now Offered as Universal Kit

    Streamlight, manufacturer of various weapon lighting and laser systems has announced that the previously introduced TLR-6 combination laser / light is now available in a Universal Kit. The new kit includes adapters for 18+ sub-compact handguns.

    The Universal Kit includes housings for most of the popular sub-compact handguns on the market. The original TLR-6 was released fitting only the Glock 42 (.380 ACP) and Glock 43 (9mm) single-stack handguns. With the Universal Kit, Streamlight touts compatibility with a myriad of makes and models using six unique housings including:

    • Glock
    • M&P Shield
    • KAHR
    • Sig Sauer
    • Kimber

    The TLR-6 is a combination light and laser systems that combines a C4 LED light (Rated at 100 lumens, 2,000 candela, and a beam distance of 89 meters) and a red laser (640 – 660 nm). The LED Light uses a reflector to balance beam and peripheral light (personal note – this is good, as subcompacts really dont have a need for beam-heavy lights).


    The TLR-6 is rated to work in temperatures ranging from -20 F to 120 F or -29 Celsius to 48 Celsius for our readers outside the United States. The TLR-6 is powered from CR-1/3N lithium batteries that can be replaced while mounted to the firearm (thus never losing zero). The unit is IPX4 rated for water resistance and is rated as impact-resistant to one meter (typical drop height).

    Individual light and laser modules are available for $175 each

    Full pricing and details from Streamlight below:

    The TLR-6 Universal Kit is available at an MSRP of $210.00. It includes one LED/laser module and six interchangeable body housings designed to fit the M&P Shield™ 40 and the M&P Shield™ 9; the Glock® 42 and the Glock® 43; the Glock® 26, the Glock® 27 and the Glock® 33; the Kimber® MICRO; the SIG SAUER® P238® and the SIG SAUER® P938®; and the KAHR® ARMS MODELS CT9, CW9, CM9, CT40, CW40, CM40, TP9, P9, PM9, TP40, P40, and PM40. –

    Nathan S

    One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

    The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.