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Old 02-26-2013, 23:04   #1
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I want a Glock light lasar combo GTL-22 or GTL-22

Anyone have one tell me what you like/dislike about it and what is the difference between the GTL 21 and the GTL 22
I really like the concept and design of them....
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Old 02-26-2013, 23:36   #2
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I have a GTL-21. It's not bad, but it's too big for my liking. I also don't like the xenon bulbs of those weapon lights. I much prefer LED lights from streamlight, longer battery life and a stronger beam. Surefire lights are a good choice as well.
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Old 02-27-2013, 00:23   #3
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I've had the GTL-22 for several years now. It's been great. And the dimmer is AWESOME!
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Old 02-27-2013, 16:12   #4
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I looked at the GTL-21 non-dimmable light/red laser and -22 dimmable light/red laser for my Glock 31 Gen 4. These are rather large. Worse, they use a xenon incandescent light source. These have less light output (60 lumens), consume more current (requires two CR123 lithium batteries), and use a bulb much less rugged and shorter in life compared to modern LED light sources. I settled on the small Streamlight TLR-4 110 lumen LED light/red laser that uses one CR2 lithium battery. There are reports that the TLR-4 laser positioning screws are hard to position without stripping the Allen wrench keyway, but that is not a problem if the wrench is **fully inserted** in the key-way and a steady slow application of torque utilized. If one has a very short trigger finger, it may be a stretch to depress the control switch. Battery life for the light is less than an hour. I'm happy I did not choose the Glock product due to its size, incandescent light, and expense.
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