Sightmark’s SS600 Tactical Flashlight — NTOA Approved

By Dave Dolbee published on in General, Gun Gear

It is one thing for a manufacturer to recommend a product, it is quite another to get a recommendation from the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA). After all, it is your hard earned money that will be going into your next purchase of a tactical torch, so why not get the best?

Here is the full release from Sightmark regarding its SS600 Tactical Flashlight.

Sightmark SS600 Tactical Flashlight

Sightmark SS600 Tactical Flashlight

Sightmark is proud to announce the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) has fully tested the Sightmark SS600 Tactical Flashlight, resulting in the organization’s esteemed recommendation. The Sightmark SS600 underwent testing by NTOA members and was graded on characteristics such as design, ease of use, versatility, application and others. Joining a growing list of other Sightmark products, the SS600’s recommendation by such a respected organization attests to its performance and dependability.

Ideal for tactical situations, the ultra-tough Sightmark SS600 Flashlight features an aircraft-grade aluminum construction and type II MIL-SPEC anodizing. Suitable for harsh climates and extreme abuse, this high-intensity flashlight is dustproof, waterproof and has weather resistance rating of IP67. The SS600 is designed with a 3-prong, glass-breaking bezel, allowing law enforcement and first responders a glass-breaking and self-defense tool. The flashlight has a selector switch with 3 modes: 600 lumens, 100 lumens and strobe. An exceptionally bright, Cree® T6 LED bulb delivers a solid beam of essential light for emergency situations.

One NTOA tester noted, “the appearance of the light is appealing and the machining cuts in the body provide a very slip-resistant surface and fits nicely in my hand.” Whether lighting the way for law enforcement operations or military missions, the Sightmark SS600 delivers confidence in harsh climates and during tactical situations.

NTOA

The mission of the NTOA is to enhance the performance and professional status of law enforcement personnel by providing a credible and proven training resource as well as a forum for the development of tactics and information exchange. The association’s ultimate goal is to improve public safety and domestic security through training, education and tactical excellence. To learn more about NTOA, visit www.ntoa.org.

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  • jim

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    Geez! ANOTHER tactical flashlight! I’ve noted that if the lumen count is over 500, it is, most likely, a flood which is not conducive to blinding the perps, just for lighting up the scene of the crime. It has three modes, one of which is a strobe. I’d be curious to see an article telling how many times this feature is actually used. I know that I have NEVER used it. No mention at all as to the source of power. Is it triple As, double As, 123s or a rechargeable 18650 or just a rechargeable flashlight whose battery will eventually wear out making the flashlight useless. I’ll keep my old Lumaforce LF1 single mode with a 320 lumen spot and rechargeable 18650 3.7V battey, thank you very much! I have a couple of triple modes, but hardly ever use them.

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    • Thomas M

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      It takes (2) CR123 batteries and runs at 600 lumens for 1 hour according to another website. Their price is $99.97.

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