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Insight Technology M6 Tactical Laser/Light Combo Warranty

Insight Technology
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Specifications and features:
Insight Technology M6 tactical laser & light
25 meters range
Class IIIa red laser
Tungsten halogen, xenon-filled lamp
90 lumes
4-position mode slector
Slide-Lock mount
-32 deg. C to +45 deg. C operating temperature
60 minutes continuous run time
2 (123) lithium batteries
3.7 oz.
Limited lifetime warranty

For warranty issues, contact 877-744-4802

The Insight Technology M6 is a weapon mounted tactical light and laser combination. It is used in law enforcement and for personal defense and home security. The Xenon bulb on the M6 has a peak output of 90 lumens. The Class IIIa red laser has a range of 200 meters. The M6 mounts easily, without the aid of tools, utilizing Insight's patented Slide-Lock interface. Simply slide the unit onto the firearm's rail and lock into place with the spring-loaded latch bar. Insight's Slide-Lock interface is designed to fit most pistols.

The M6 features a 4 position selector switch in conjunction with an ambidextrous rocker switch located on the removable backplate. The selector switch turns to Lock-Out, Laser Only, White Light Only or White Light and Laser combined. Once the desired output is selected the M6 is activated by using the rocker arm, toggling for either Momentary On or locking for Constant On. 
Total number of Reviews: 1

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2.0 5
"The main body casing is made of a plastic that I do not think will stand up to a field environment. The battery compartment locking latch is not practical if you have to wear gloves like in a cold environment. It is seriously difficult to manage even after practice. The white light system just seems cheap in construction, bottom line. The latch bar is in my opinion NOT user friendly. For some one who is in a sterile environment it may work, but a real field environment I would not want to rely on it."