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Want To Buy Pistol Light

Discussion in 'Want To Buy Ads' started by Speedrat, Mar 18, 2020.

  1. Speedrat

    Speedrat Sharpshooter

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    Anybody have a decent used pistol light that'll fit a Glock. Well used and functioning is fine but not too abused.

    Olight, Streamlight or something like that.

    FTF Tulsa or could pay shipping for the right deal.

    Thank you!
     
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    Primary Arms had their Inforce Weapons light on sale for $59.99 the other day. I bought one. It works great.
    I know this is new and not used but thought I would put it out there.
     
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    @dancer4life Thanks for the heads up, they are back up to 79.99 now.

    So many lights to choose from these days.... Anybody have good results from the OLights? They are priced right but hopefully are fairly robust. I may just buy new if a decent used one doesn't show up pretty soon.
     
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    Seems like Surefire and Streamlight are about the only ones that fit in holsters. I could be wrong. Personally, I don't use a weapon light on pistols. Rifle and shotgun yes, but too close proximity on a pistol for me. I don't want my thumb or fingers doing anything more than what they are supposed to be doing. I use the old school Harries technique.

    Of course, this is another one of those debates: 9mm vs. 45, Chevy vs. Ford, Coke vs. Pepsi. :blahblah: FWIW, I would go with the Streamlight TLR-7 if I were gonna pick one.
     
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    I do have a Streamlight TLR7 for sale but it's as new and more $ than above. PM if interested.
     
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    Ok, found a deal on a Crimson Trace light that was too good to pass up. Thanks for the info and recommendations.

    This will mostly be for a truck/backpack gun.
     

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