Inforce WML Rifle & Carbine Mounted Weapon Light
SKU #: INF-WML
The strobe function is easily disabled and the easy-to-operate lockout system ensures the light isn’t turned on until you’re ready. Our all-inclusive rail clamping design integrates seamlessly with your weapon, providing simple, fast mounting with no need for additional tools.
100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
February 10, 2014
I got this off of another site a few years ago and it works out pretty well as a long gun light. It comes on and off easily, and it is nice and compact, so you don't have to worry about it taking off much real estate. The ergonomics feel very natural and the angled button makes it very easy to work with. I originally had it mounted at the nine o' clock position on top of the front sling swivel, recently I switched to a gun with that side covered over, so I've been making due with having it in the six o' clock just in front of my foregrip. But be it with thumb or fore finger, manipulating the light is pretty straight forward. The carbon fiber body also works pretty well in keeping the heat down for longer periods of time, as opposed to some of the alluminum models on the market like Fenix, or Surefire. As for the light itself, this does exactly what it was meant to do in the first place*. If you're looking for a light that can illuminate large areas of outdoor space, look elsewhere, (perhaps the inforce 9v, if you want to keep it in brand). That's not what this kind of light is meant to do and it's unrealistic to expect otherwise. This is designed to keep it's beam white, tight and personal, lighting up indoor, CQB scenarios with the greatest of ease. It does this using a bare minimum of one battery, again keeping the size down, and making the amount of light it's actually squeezing out pretty impressive. If it has a weakness, I would say it is that it's a multi mode model. Cycling through them is pretty straight forward, but it does create a bit of a learning curve that some would deem unnecesary. The strobe mode is also of debatable value, if I had to do it again, I might have tried to get my hands on a momentary on version, but in the end, that's mainly nit picking over an otherwise great little light with impressive value. *The model I own puts out about 125 lumens, they've since upgraded all their models to 200 lumens so illumination should be no issue.
ProsCompact Easy to attach/detach Ergonomic' Economic (great value, uses one 123a battery) Bright Reliable
ConsLearning curve inherent to multi mode light. LAPG, the single mode version might be a good economic alternative to stock for folks looking for a reliable light under 100 dollars.
5 Questions & 5 Answers
from RI asked:
March 24, 2017
I know that the Gen1 Inforce lights had a lot of problems, but that those problems were fixed in the Gen2 light. The picture here is for the Gen1 light, but other answers said the newer models are going to be shipped. Just to confirm, if I purchase this light from your site I'll be receiving a Gen2 light?
I was able to confirm with the warehouse that the ones that we carry are the Gen 2s. I will update the page to show the correct pictures which you should be able to see tonight.
on March 24, 2017
from Austin asked:
October 22, 2016
Hi, inforces website shows the newest wml (not wmlx) at 400 lumens- is that model the one being sold here?
The lights we will be getting in will be the newer 400 lumen ones.
on October 24, 2016
from ct asked:
June 11, 2016
what rail is needed to mount this light
A standard picitany rail
on June 13, 2016
from Richmond, VA asked:
December 2, 2014
All current WML's now have the toggle, on the non-IR version it locks out the strobe, on the IR version it toggles to IR mode. I back ordered the standard WML and the product photo does not have the toggle. I would presume that since it is on back-order, you will be shipping the newest version with the strobe lockout toggle once inventory is replenished...?
Yes we will be receiving the newest model of these lights and the most up to date. the stock photo is just simply out of date and we will look to have that updated once we receive our new shipment.
on December 3, 2014
from APO AE asked:
March 17, 2014
Hello LA Police Gear I would like to order this InForce light + IR mode. Are you willing shit it to me to APO address? Thank you for your reply Ondrej
Yes we can ship to an APO address. Please follow the link below for more information. http://www.lapolicegear.com/micu.html
on March 18, 2014
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