Last year Streamlight made waves with the TLR-7, a weapon light designed for compact pistols. The company has done it once again, this time bringing in options for those with subcompact handguns, with the TLR-7 Sub. The TLR-7 Sub is available in three different variants, one for the Glock 43x/48 Rail, one for the SIG Sauer P365/P365XL, and another for short rail handguns like the Springfield XD-E or Beretta PX4 Subcompact.
Much like the original TLR-7, the Sub features 500 lumens with 5,000 candela. There is one brightness setting, with options for standard illumination or strobe modes. Rotating the bezel activates lockout mode to prevent accidental discharges of light. A single CR123A powers the light for a runtime of 1.5 hours on either mode. The TLR-7 Sub is IPX7 rated making it waterproof in one meter of water for 30 minutes. The housing is constructed of 6000 series aluminum, coming in at 2.39 ounces, and 2.51 inches in length.