Description

SKU 7790481
Brand Streamlight
Model Number 88058
UPC 080926880580

DETAILS
- High Lumens: 350
- Run Time on High: 1.75 hours
- Run Time on Low: 14.50 hours
- Beam Distance: 219 meters
- Max Candela: 12,000
- Battery Type: AA Alkaline, AA Lithium, CR123A Lithium
- Battery Quantity: 1
- Length: 4.25 inches
- Weight: 4.30 ounces- 4.50 ounces
- Colors: Black

FEATURES
The ProTac series expands into weapon-mounted lights with this 350 lumen light featuring a dedicated fixed-mount for Picatinny rails. It uses either a remote switch with momentary/constant on operation or a standard push-button tail switch, and can run on either a lithium battery or an easy-to-find alkaline battery. The Protac series flashlight allows for multiple battery choices - one AA alkaline or CR123A lithium battery (both included); also accepts AA lithium CR123A lithium battery. Strobe for signaling or disorienting TEN-TAP Programming - choice of three operating modes: 1.) high/strobe; 2.) high only; 3.) low/high Remote pressure switch features momentary and “constant on” operation. Integrated rail clamp attaches to MIL-STD-1913 rails for secure mounting. Includes remote pressure switch, push-button tail switch, remote retaining clips, double-sided tape and zip ties Durable, anodized aluminum construction with impact-resistant tempered glass lens IPX7 rated with the Standard button switch installed; waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes. IPX4 rated with the Remote Pressure Switch installed Operating temperature: -40°F to +120°F Limited lifetime warranty (through Streamlight).
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I have its big brother. The intensity flickers at times and is extremely annoying despite fresh charge. And no, not because it's on strobe...ha. Ok if they work and many peeps like em

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Do you have the 'Rail Mount 2' or one of the other big brothers?

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Perhaps apples to oranges but I have the Pro Tac HL3 with standard push button tail. I also have a Stinger DS HPL. Both have the 10-tap programming, and both will show a variety of intensities, and have done so since new. Granted I'm an idiot but no amount of fingering improves 'em. I don't think the issue is the batteries. And completely subjective but they don't appear to produce anywhere near the listed lumen/candela.

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Gotcha. Thanks for the clarification. I asked because Streamlight says not to use rechargeable batteries with the Rail Mount 1 & 2. If I was in your shoes I'd take advantage of the limited lifetime warranty that came with your Streamlight/s. It sounds like you're a good/legit candidate for that. There might be an Authorized Service Center in your area that will handle repairs under warranty. You can check on that here:
https://www.streamlight.com/support/service/asc-page...
If there isn't a Service Center close enough to you, submit a Factory Service Request:
http://eweb.streamlight.com/Streamlight_Service/default.aspx?tabid=10&tabindex=0...
Couldn't hurt to try. I hope you can get 'em working as they should.
10-tap programming sounds like a trick this old dog would have a hard time learning. Maybe impossible. Good luck!

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Dude is the man! I'm voting you president of gundeals if streamlight comes thru!

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Not a crazy good deal but this has a lot of features hard to match at this price. .........and really isnt too big IMO for a cheap rail light if you need the switch and battery options.

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You don’t want this monstrosity of a light on your weapon. It’s heavy and bulky.

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Maybe you're thinking about the 'Rail Mount 2', or the 'Rail Mount HL-X', or the 'Rail Mount HL-X Pro'? All 3 of those are larger, heavier and brighter than the 'Rail Mount 1'. Here's some comparisons: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWe-91e9uNQ... _ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwhvWqI4X0c...

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Fellow Floridian, here(st Augustine). I'm all about light weight stuff, which do you recommend?

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Brian03 Surefire for sure. Mini Scout Light Pro or the M600V Scout Light Weaponlight. Buy once, cry once.

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