Cloud Defensive Rein | SHOT Show 2020

Cloud Defensive Rein

Cloud Defensive has their new Rein line of weapon mounted lights (WML) on display at SHOT Show.

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The Rein is a stylistic departure from the previous OWL, taking the form of a more traditional light. Despite the new look, Cloud Defensive maintains the performance levels we've come to expect. With 57,000 candela and 1350 lumens, Rein is one of the more powerful offerings available today.

Two models of the Rein are available. The Standard model is powered by a single 18650, with the Micro which using an 18350. Both feature the same level of brightness, with the Micro having a reduced lifespan due to the smaller battery. Run times are currently in testing, so we'll update you as new data comes out.

Cloud Defensive Rein

Users have the choice of either a picatinny rail mount, or MLOK compatibility. The Rein can be mounted using most modern equipment, to include Arisaka Defensive inline and offset mounts. Adding to this modularity, the light can be activated with both a click button tail cap, as well as a tape switch. Cloud Defensive's optional premium tail cap allows for the use of both the tape switch and tail cap simultaneously, adding a layer of redundancy for the shooter.

Both the standard and micro Rein will be available by the end of Spring 2020. MSRP for a basic tail cap model is $309.99, with a tape switch version going for $359.99.

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About Daniel Reedy 160 Articles
Daniel is a Range Master and NRA certified handgun and rifle instructor and range safety officer, as well as a USPSA pistol and Multi-Gun competitor. He has received training from Craig Douglas, Mike Pannone, and Scott Jedlinski among others. In his free time Daniel enjoys petting puppies and reading the Constitution. Daniel also writes for the Kommando Blog

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