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Kel-Tec Introduces the CL-43 Flashlight

Kel-Tec CNC, Inc., known for bringing innovative and unique firearms to the market, is pleased to introduce their latest product, the Kel-Tec CL-43 flashlight.

The Kel-Tec CL-43 is an extremely bright flashlight designed to be used in conjunction with a firearm.

The CL-43 is CNC machined from extruded 6061 aluminum. The light operates via a rearward-click button located midpoint of the flashlight with both constant and momentary-on capabilities.

The exterior features our patented nonslip pattern common with our firearms. Surfaces are either hard-coat anodized or Cerakoted.

Five colors are available:

Unique features of the CL-43 include:

The CL-43 operates on three CR123 Lithium batteries and features Cree XP-G LED.

Its weight with batteries is 107 g (3.8oz), and size is 24x38x102 mm (.94×1.5×4”). (Height x width x length).

The switch is operated like the trigger on a gun, pointing the light as an extension of your arm. Compared to a light mounted to a pistol, the CL-43 has much superior range, and also keeps the ability to hold the light off the line of sight to conceal your position.

The small size of the CL-43 makes it possible to hold and operate parallel with a handgun without impairing a conventional two handed hold. If required, and with some training, the light can be operated one-handed together with the gun.

With the addition of a separate attachment, the CL-43 can also be mounted to a MIL-Spec Picatinny. An integrated belt clip and lanyard ring add to the versatility of the system. With a separate adaptor, standard AA batteries can be utilized, however, at an increase in length of the system.

The powerful CL-420 LED Module is also used in our CL-42 conventional flashlight and the KSG Tactical Shotgun.

As with all KEL-TEC products the CL-43 is designed, developed and manufactured in the United States. Patents Pending.

To learn more about Kel-Tec CNC, visit www.keltecweapons.com.

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