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Review: Insight WX 150 Weapon Light

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by OnPointFirearms, Jul 15, 2009.

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  1. OnPointFirearms

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    One of the burgeoning trends in the tactical light industry is the strobe feature. Any intruder(s) caught in your home will think they've entered some fancy nightclub-- and with the devastating effect of the pulsing light, that will surely be the last thought that goes through their mind.

    In my opinion, the best of the breed is the new Insight WX 150 weapon light. You've got 150 Lumens of blinding light at your disposal in a ruggedized aluminum chassis. It's compatible with both universal latch mounts and M1913 Picatinny rails, making it equally at home on your home defense pistol, shotgun, or carbine. And it's slim! The hard-coat anodized aluminum body of the WX 150 measures only 3.2" x 1.6" x 1.5". The Insight WX 150 doesn't take up a lot of real estate on your weapon and keeps everything nice and low profile. With batteries installed, it's a featherweight 4.0oz.

    The controls on the Insight WX 150 are very easy to manipulate, even when mounted on the side of my LWRC M6A2 SBR. So, I see no reason for a remote pressure switch. For only $127, you would be hard pressed to do better. If you're looking for a new weapon light that can fill multiple roles, give the Insight WX 150 a try. It's a goodun!

    Have a good week and God bless.
    -- Evan

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  2. jhco

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    where did you get it from. I have been looking to buy one but every one is sying they won't be in till fall when they were supposed to be out back in march.
     
  3. jhco

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    never mind guess some people have got them in stock since the last time I looked but the price isn't right guess I'll have to wait for a drop before I'll bite.
     
  4. OnPointFirearms

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    I have them in stock for the price listed above.
     
  5. Kangspec

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    Awesome light. where is it made in?
     
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