Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

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Re: Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Post by ThawMyTongue » Wed Apr 25, 2012 10:23 pm

Viking wrote:Great looking rifle and light ...seems like you have about the right amount & mix of accessories mounted...IS that the magpul fore-end? I like canted grip on the fore end too.

Post a range report when you get a chance...

Thanks for the compliment! The light was the last accessory I was looking to add, so I guess I can call this one finished.

Yes that is the Magpul angled fore grip, I like the control and comfort the position gives.
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Re: Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Post by ThawMyTongue » Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:53 am

Just ordered one of their new pistol lights... 8)
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Re: Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Post by ThawMyTongue » Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:59 am

Realized I never posted a range report on the WML.

While shooting you never even notice it is there. The weight towards the end of the barrel is a non-issue. But if you need light it is right under your thumb. The light still functions as new after hundreds of rounds, though 5.56 is a pussycat recoil wise. The slim profile is perfect for single point setups where a larger light w/tape would be snagging on everything during transitions and carrying slung.

I am pushing Inforce on all my friends and family... I need to start making commission :mrgreen:
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Re: Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Post by TSiWRX » Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:45 pm

^ Thanks for the update. :)

And I am ashamed to have forgotten what I'd read recently, but there is a "Tier 1" instructor/school that has had very good things to say about the Inforce WML, too.
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Re: Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Post by Viking » Thu Nov 15, 2012 9:41 am

Thanks for the review/update. The light better be good at $100 ...
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Re: Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Post by TSiWRX » Tue Dec 11, 2012 1:08 pm

New out as of yesterday:

http://www.bravocompanymfg.com/TheJack/index.php

^ BCM/Haley Strategic collaboration - "The Jack" - features an Inforce as its packaged WML! :)
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Re: Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Post by ThawMyTongue » Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:03 am

Saw that on BCM's and Inforce's Facebook pages. Not sure about the "disruptive grey" uber-tactical finish, but a pretty slick rifle. Should be for $2000+!
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