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Old 08-15-2011, 18:51   #1
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Nebo ProTec Elite Tactical laser/light

I was wondering if anybody has this tactical light, and what are your experiences with this light on your Glock? The price is very attractive, I might give it a try.

here is a link to the tac light:

http://glockparts.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=235307&CAT=699


Manufacturer link: http://nebotools.com/

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Old 08-15-2011, 19:50   #2
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they're pretty bright, build quality is so so compared to other handgun lights and the on/off button is annoying in that it only works one way or can easy be turned on. I got mine for about $20 after shipping, no laser though and not Nebo brand. Don't know what brand it is but it looks exactly the same as their light only model without the logo
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Old 08-15-2011, 19:55   #3
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Never seen nor heard of one but with a name like that, it has to be AWESOME!
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Old 08-15-2011, 20:15   #4
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I found some reviews on Amazon, it has a pretty good rating though. It will probably not come close to a $300 high quality tac light, but that's alright.
I buy it because it looks cool, like most of us.
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Old 08-15-2011, 20:53   #5
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I looked into a light for my gun and I had a credit with amazon.com and found the Ncstar. One of the reasons I ordered this one is because it is detachable so I can take it off when the pistol need to go with me. The second reason is it has a 4.5 out of 5 rating from 145 people. the review and pic's are a seller to me and at 32.00-free shipping. It takes one battery and not sure how long It lasts but it’s 35 lumen and made out of aluminum

http://www.amazon.com/Pistol-Rifle-F...3462314&sr=8-5
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Old 08-16-2011, 01:02   #6
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What do you plan on using the light for and what situations do you expect you'll end up in? Determine that and figure out how much of a light you need.
For me, I needed a simple light that had on and off. It had to be bright and have decent throw. Also it needed decent battery life. And mainly it had to be sturdy and lock on tight. I didn't like the easy slide on lights (we've had so many problems with them coming off the gun during shooting). I ended up with a TLR-1 C4. Side clamp on so I don't have to worry about it getting loose and it is durable enough that I can accidentally hit things with it and know it will still work. It is bright enough for me to search large areas and lasts awhile.

So to answer your question, no. Never heard of nebo. I'll stick with companies that have been around and that will support their product. I stay away from most of that cheap HK stuff as well. Great for airsoft but we don't trust it on duty.

Just looked at the nebo website. Looks like some of them looks like rebranded repacked cheap stuff that u can get for a few bucks from dealextreme. I've bought my share of cheap lights from out of hk and it is hit or miss. Granted i bought some small trustfire 801 flashlights from DX and have been very happy. They are my flashlights that I keep in tue car in case i break down at night or something and my kids have them in their rooms for power outages.

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Old 08-16-2011, 08:28   #7
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Thanks for posting everybody! I went ahead and bought it on Amazon for $64.
I'm sure, it's not a high quality product like the well established tac light brands out there (you get what you pay for), but still, it comes with a over 100.000 hour life time and very bright LED bulb and its made of aircraft grade aluminum, it even has a strobe function. The reason I bought it is to make a couple guys jealous back home in Austria (in an good way though). Its something they could never possess over there.
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here's a link to another thread with a few more comments including mine...

http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/show...5&postcount=73
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Old 09-17-2012, 09:32   #9
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Hi there i bought one over a year ago and you know what its been an excellent 40 dollars spent mine has the laser on it as well the light it self very bright locks on to my Glock just fine doesn't shake loose or go out and its been very reliable . it also comes with life time warranty i think and ivecheck some of there other stuff out and there lights are all pretty darn good the laser isn't to bad not great but not bad put when you put a little red dot on someone it makes them think twice
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Old 12-25-2012, 13:44   #10
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I just ran accross this thread searching for a holster that would work with my new rail light. My son in law gave it to me for Christmas. His weapons instructor has one, works flawless for him. I will test fire with the light this weekend if it gets nicer out.

Right now I'm saying this safariland holster will work. I'm saying this because on of my searches claims any holster that works for the TLR.1 will work with the Nebo. But I want more then one search proving this so I'm still looking!

Yes I'm aware this thread is dated, like I say I'm looking for info on a holster by now someone surly found out what I'm thinking about what I found, thanks.

[URL]http://www.tactical-store.com/ts-ds-ht-6378-832-411-cdedc.html[/URL]

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Old 12-26-2012, 08:04   #11
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Yes that holster will work with the nebo light but don't know about nebo with laser.

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Yes that holster will work with the nebo light but don't know about nebo with laser.

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Thanks, I found a custom maker and had kydex IWB made instead.

It works great, other then because of the light he could not fit up a trigger constraint. It's still a snug fit, I like it that's fir sure.

[url]www.redturtleholsters.com[/url]
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