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Tlr-3

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by Boxerglocker, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. Boxerglocker

    Boxerglocker Jacks #1 Fan

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    Anyone got one? I have a TLR-1 but have bee tossing the idea around of getting a TLR-3 for my G30SF. I'm not concerned about the lumens, just the portability mainly.

    Is it smaller/shorter on the rail? The TLR-1 looks like a brick on the end for some reason. I want to carry my G30 in a my Tommy's gun pack at night when walking my dog.

    I'm also debating a Raven / NTAC light mounted holster to use with my G19 the TLR-3 just seems so much more compact. Any thoughts?
     
  2. Glock22Balla

    Glock22Balla

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    The TLR-3 was made for compact and sub-compact guns so it would work well with your 30. If you're not worried about the lumens I'd go with it.
     


  3. smokintonye

    smokintonye Instructor

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    Sits out a little further on my 19 then I would like, but still reachable with finger. Other then that, it's a great little light.
     
  4. GlockPride

    GlockPride Glock 23

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    Just OK
    I use my TLR-3 with my M&P compact and PF-9. It works well and I'm happy with it. I would buy a second one if I had the funds.
     
  5. AaronZR2

    AaronZR2

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    I have one and love it. IMO it sits in the perfect position on the rail. In a two-handed grip, my left thumb hovers naturally over the switch.
     
  6. RayB

    RayB Retired Member

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    Portability comes with a compromise.

    To work effectively, no matter how bright the point source is, a minimum reflector size to the throw the light where it's needed is necessary.

    With only one power cell doing the job, expect a shorter run time too.

    All that considered, if portability is of paramount concern, this looks like a good option.

    --Ray
     
  7. This.

    Small, lightweight, inexpensive, well-built.
     
  8. Boxerglocker

    Boxerglocker Jacks #1 Fan

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    OK anyone have a link to the best online deal for a TLR-3?
     
  9. I got mine from OpticsPlanet.