Inforce Wild2 Review: Great Budget Option

by Tom Moore

June 21, 2022

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If you have a mid-range budget the Inforce Wild2 light should be on your list as a solid addition to your pistol. 

Below I’ll be outlining what I like about this light and why it’s one that I would recommend.

Inforce Wild2 Specs

  • Output 1000 lumens
  • Candela 25,000 candela
  • Runtime 1.5 hours
  • Weight 4.7 ounces
  • Length 3.5’’

Inforce Wild2 Review

Before I go into why the Inforce Wild2 is a reliable consideration, let’s take a look at Inforce as a whole.

If you’ve seen any of my reviews before, you’d know that I’m always for an American brand and Inforce checks that box, operating out of Rhode Island. Furthermore, their products are currently supplied to every branch of the U.S. Military and by Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies so this makes Inforce a brand that has my attention.

When it comes to the pistol light itself, I want to start off by saying that I’ve found this accessory is the best you can buy for your money. What do I mean by that? I mean that when you factor in both cost and usability, this weapon-mounted light ticks all of the boxes. It’s a quality, high performing and well-priced lighting device.

Let’s look at the features that make this pistol light so worthwhile. Firstly, it boasts 1000 lumens and at its peak, the beam is 25000 candela. That’s some solid beast mode right there. Nobody’s going to be able to hide from you with this.

When it comes to light in general, you realise how weak most lights are especially when you’re in a location that doesn’t have any other ambient light – I find this when I’m on a rural property and the Inforce Wild2 is a light that lights up the dark.

Secondly, the light itself has three modes – constant, momentary and strobe. With the press of a button you can cycle through the different modes to give yourself whatever you need in the moment. The functionality of this light is simple and easy to use. 

The Wild2 has a solid run time from the lithium batteries – although with my weapon mounted lights I’m never running the light until it’s empty as I’m wanting them to be fully charged and ready to go for when I need them.

It has a solid aluminum body and hard anodized finish which is great as no dust, dirt or rain is going to find its way in. And yes, drop it in 66 feet or less of water and this baby will live to tell the tale.

All this to say is that the Inforce Wild2 is going to be reliable whatever the weather or whatever my situation.

For more options when it comes to weapon mounted lights be sure to check out our article on the Best Pistol Mounted Lights.

Inforce Wild2 Pros and Cons

  • Powerful with a high candela
  • Ergonomic paddle design
  • Three functions
  • Hefty
  • Unproven by professional users

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Reviewed by Tom Moore

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About Tom Moore

Tom is the Content Manager and also one of our content writers at Gun University. When Tom isn't behind the keyboard, he participates regularly in NRL22 and IPSC. You'll often find him out hunting with his mates or camping with his family.

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