NEW Paddle Shifter for Streamlight TLR-7A Series from Emissary Development

Emissary Development Paddle Shifter TLR-7A

Today we learned that Emissary Development is bringing their Paddle Shifter modification to the TLR-7A series of lights from Streamlight. The TLR-7A family of lights is known as the leader in compact weapon lights, but is not without shortcomings in terms of switching.

Emissary Development Paddle Shifter TLR-7A
Users can customize their configuration of the Paddle Shifter to suit their needs

These extended paddles from Emissary Development seek to bring activation more in-line with modern, thumbs forward grip techniques. The switches are currently compatible with the 7A, 8A, 9, 10, and TLR-7 Sub lights from Streamlight. Paddle Shifters are compatible with most common handguns, including Glock, M&P, and SIG P320, in both their standard and extended configurations. Holster compatibility varies, with Emissary offering a very basic compatibility chart on their site.

Users can choose between two packs and four packs of their preferred configuration. MSRP on the Emissary Development Paddle Shifter starts at $30.00. You can find yours >>HERE<<

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