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Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by Louro, Sep 17, 2020.

  1. GlockPride

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    I’ve got a couple with Nightsticks Tac-300 and Tac-400. Also have a couple with TLR-1 and pressure pad. Both good enough for home and suburban defense.
     
  2. zipty6

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    I almost started a a new thread asking the same question about a week ago. The Surefire mention by @Seadog reminded me that I have an old(ish) Surefire that I threw in a drawer a few years back. I hated the twist-to-activate feature and never replaced its batteries. Reading these comments, I thought of getting a tape switch and mount for it.

    It seems that Surefire doesn't like to label their products. Anyone know what the heck this thing is? It has an LED element and uses two SF123A batteries.

    Edit to add:
    Nevermind, it appears that mine is a Surefire G2 LED.

    [​IMG]
     
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  3. O4L

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    I'm still running an old Streamlight M6 I got with a confiscated G17 that I bought at a DEA auction ten years ago. s-l400.jpg

    90 lumens of blinding light!
     
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  4. Seadog

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    The surefire flashlights that I have use a push button on the back of them and you don’t have to twist it to turn it on
     

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  5. GlockPride

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    Looks like a 6P to me, but without the clicky cap. Wonder if you could replace it with a clicky cap and mount it up?
     
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  6. bigred1

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    Hey, I don't.....it's just that.......well okay, I guess you're right.
     
  7. Louro

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    Thanks for all the input I think in going with TLR MR2.
     
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    serval inline site have TRL's on sale now --Primary arms , natcahes ,Midsouth
     
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  9. rlongnt

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    Surefire M64OU and M600U Scout lights on mine. I also have a Streamlight TLR-VIR II if I need an IR Illuminator / IR Laser.

    I wish I'd have given Streamlight gear a fair shake earlier. I'm pretty impressed with it.
     
  10. Ar15

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    Cant go wrong with a streamlight TLR-1 with or without pressure pad.
     

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