Date: 11/2/2016 8:52

Walther Night Force Flashlight & Laser, Integral Weaver/Picatinny Mount

PY-A-1717

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  • Description
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  • Night Force flashlight/laser combo
  • 6 white LED lights
  • Red laser (Class IIIA, less than 5mw output)
  • 4-function switch (laser, flashlight, laser & flashlight, and off)
  • Integral Weaver/Picatinny spring-tension mount
  • Windage & elevation adjustments
  • .33 lbs.
  • 3.75"x1.4"x1.5"
  • 36 lumens
  • Includes 3 AAA batteries & Allen wrench



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Item Code: WA-2252548 [PY-A-1717]
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By carroll from USA on 2015-11-29
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Things I liked: The Laser is excellent

Things I would have changed: the flashlight leaves a lot to be desired, poor at 15"

What others should know: If you plan on actually using the light to shoot at night consider something else.

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By Ronald from USA on 2015-01-23
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Things I liked: very easy to use. lite touch to turn this flashlight and laser on.

Things I would have changed: I would have the flashlight first come on first, then laser, then both.

What others should know: great product.

5.0 5.0

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By Charles M from USA on 2014-11-02
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Things I liked: The Walther Night Force appears to me to be well made with a sturdy construction. I have tested the Night Force on both the Beretta PX4 and the Gamo PT85. After some adjustment to the mounting, the Night Force was stable while shooting and kept its sight-in adjustments. Because I have difficulty focusing on the pistol sights, I like that the Night Force laser provides the dot on target to focus on so that I can improve my aim. I think the Night Force is more secure on the Gamo PT85 because the PT85 has a slightly longer mounting rail. A more sharply bent mounting clip seems to insert more securely into a groove on the Gamo rail than it does on the Beretta rail.

Things I would have changed: The mounting is not as secure as it should be. The Beretta PX4's blowback action does cause the accessory to creep forward on the rail. One thing I did to tighten the mounting was to remove the spring clip, and using a pair of needle nose pliers, bend the clip downward more. Bending the clip more made it stick up higher and click into the rail slot better. This modification made the Night Force stay in place while shooting except for the first two or three shots on a new CO2. The first two or three shots still produced enough recoil to shake the Night Force loose on the rail, but after that the Night Force was stable. Making the button tabs large enough to insert into the ends of the rail slot would also help to stabilize the mounting.

What others should know: This Walther Night Force Flashlight / Laser has three operating modes: (1) laser only, (2) light only, and (3) combined laser and light. A small switch on the side of the back cover turns the accessory on. The first click turns on the laser only. The second click turns on the LED light only. The third click turns on the laser and LED light at the same time. The fourth click turns the accessory off. The laser alone is bright enough to be seen on the target in a brightly lit room at a distance of at least 10 meters. In a fully dark room, the light is bright enough to illuminate the target at a distance of at least 10 meters, and the laser can also still be seen on target in the combined laser and light mode at that 10 meter distance. I have not tested this accessory outdoors. Despite appearances, the Night Force is not the same as the ASG Tactical Light Laser. The Night Force package says made in Taiwan while the ASG battery cover indicates it is made in Switzerland.

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  • charles from USA asked:

    Will it fit the umarex steel storm

    • Stanley from USA:

      Yes the steel storm has a picatinny / weaver rail system .

  • Rashad from USA asked:

    Do you think the Walther Night Force Flashlight & Laser will look better than the Costume made laser for The Walther Cp99

    • Stanley from USA:

      Its up you . Maybe?

  • Rashad from USA asked:

    Will this fit the walther Cp99?

    • Stanley from USA:

      Yes but it may extend past the barrel?

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