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Streamlight ARC Fits TLR-1 & 2 (S & HL versions)
Improve speed and consistency of weapon-mounted light activation with user-configurable and modular extended switches.
The Streamlight ARC comes as a pair of two complete switch paddles. One is symmetrical and the other is asymmetrical. Both are larger than stock. The asymmetrical paddle can be reversed depending on which side you prefer to have the longer switch. Kit includes all tools required.
The PHLser ARC for Streamlight TLR WML’s fits all popular light bearing holsters.
For years, serious shooters have been executing DIY modifications to their WML switches. Using JB Weld, putty, or epoxy, shooters have been improving their speed and consistency of WML activation by building up the small switch nubs on their lights. Drawing on those years of end-user experience, PHLster is excited to announce the launch of their ARC Enhanced WML Switches.
Shipping as a pair of two complete switch paddles, the ARC allows users to decrease the distance between activation fingers and switches, optimize their light for right or left-handed use, improve speed and consistency of activation based on their preferred method, and reliably engage the WML switches with gloved or wet hands. Each set of switch enhancements includes One is symmetrical and the other is asymmetrical. Both are larger than stock. The asymmetrical paddle can be reversed depending on which side you prefer to have the longer switch.
If you have short fingers, are tired of compromising your grip to activate the WML, dislike grip switches, need more reach to activate the switches when installed on certain pistols, or just want to make WML activation faster and easier, the PHLster ARC is a necessary upgrade.
Switch installation is easy and requires no permanent modification. Kit includes all tools required and the ARC switch enhancements fit pretty much every decent WML holster on the market, including Safariland and many, many others.
Read about the ARC on Soldier Systems Daily
Some recent production x300’s may be uncooperative, as the manufacturing tolerance for the small metal switch armature can vary. If you’re encountering difficulty removing the original switch or installing the ARC, STOP and contact us for assistance to avoid damaging your tailcap. Click here for detailed information about this variation in tolerance.
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