INFORCE® WML HSP Weapon Mounted Light

| February 16, 2013

Similar to the Inforce WML lights that we saw early in 2012, this version has had a make over from Haley Strategic partners.

Here are a few details from HSP:
The INFORCE® WML HSP was specced by Haley Strategic Partners for tactical low light applications. Running a white light with an upgraded 200 lumens of penetrating light with a tight beam for close- to mid-range applications, the WML HSP also delivers a balanced peripheral light for discernment of the surrounding area.

Features momentary only digital pressure pad. Its angled activation button is comfortable to operate without interference of wires or tape switches. The integrated patent pending rail clamping system is compact, convenient and secure. Waterproof to 66 feet. Two distinct easy-to-operate lockout systems are incorporated to avoid accidental discharge.

· 200 Lumen Output 
· 90 Minute Run Time 
· Momentary On Only Activation Switch 
· Ultra strong jet black polymer body 
· Weight with Batteries 3oz

This version differs from the original version, which produces 125 lumens of light with a similar tight beam for close- to mid-range applications and balanced peripheral light. The switch sees the most notable change from a field-programmable high-to-low or low-to-high – plus a strobe which can be disabled, to a momentary only digital pressure pad. Both have their benefits and it’s certainly nice to see this option made available.

I haven’t used this light yet, but I did get to use the other version and I really liked it. The quick detach built in mount works well and the ergonomics of the switch are very good. The most impressive feature for me, is the weight, it’s light at 85 grams. My Surefire M600, which is a great light, with similar lumens, weights in at 149 grams, nearly double that of the Inforce. While a few grams may not seems like a lot, it all adds up, especially when it’s towards the muzzle of the rifle and helping to upset the overall balance. Weapons lights are becoming very popular these days and they do have their uses, but consider how you intend to use one and buy accordingly.

Luckily, we will be seeing a very similar version of this light shortly, however without the HSP logo. Keep an eye of the Honey Badger Armament website for details.

One of these will be finding its way onto one of my rifle soon.

Pictures and some text used from the product pages of Haley Strategic

 

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