|Every INFORCE 6vx ships in a handy plastic storage box|
I have owned and used an INFORCE 6vx for about six months now. I used it most heavily during the Phase Line Green Tactical Low Light Course. It acted as my primary hand held during the handgun portion that made up day one. I found the light emitted to be more than sufficient for target identification out to 100m (110 yards) with a brilliant hotspot in the centre with a balanced corona to illuminate the peripheries. The strobe option was used intermittently during movement drills and was simple to activate and deactivate. The button does have a learning curve as it does not have a tactile click when operating the light. With minimal practice, I was able to employ the light effectively.
|Tail cap button is large and easy to manipulate,|
but has no tactile click. It takes some practice for it to become second nature
All in all, this is an effective illumination tool with plenty of power and options that you can tailor to your specific role. It is solidly constructed, weighs practically nothing, and pushes a lot of lumens downrange in a compact package. In the Tactical Trinity of Lights which includes a weapon light, primary handheld in rig or belt and a uniform pocket light, the INFORCE 6vx is a first-rate primary hand held or an excellent uniform pocket light.