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Weapon light with laser

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by TheGlockTalker, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. TheGlockTalker

    TheGlockTalker

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    I like my 21 gen 3 for home defense but would like to ask if you could recommend a weaponlight that also has a laser built in it?
    I looked at the Surefire but at 500 bucks I think it's too expensive.
    Anything else out there thats both very bright and has a laser?
     
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  3. 4STER

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    There's always the glock OEM. I had a Glock light/laser combo- For the price and practicality, I think just the light is all you need.
     
  4. SouthpawG26

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    Viridian X5l gen 2. Under 320$ new on eBay.

    I'm not a huge fan of pistol lasers, but if you want one, get one you can see in daylight and outdoors as well (only the green lasers check all these boxes..)
     
  5. jbotstein1

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    I got a tlr-4 for my g21. Fits great and is bright enough for what I need.

    posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire
     
  6. PVolk

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    I'm not a fan of lasers on handguns, but I love my TLR1, so I could safely recommend the TLR2 to you.
     
  7. Solscud007

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    I concur. Glock 21 with TLR-4. got mine for under $100 on sale.


    I would also recommend getting a custom holster for it. this is at work, a gun free zone. But just imagine a FDE Gen4 G21 instead of the bluegun.


    [​IMG]
     
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  8. TheGlockTalker

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    Thanks a lot for the information.
    Very helpful.
    Will have a look at all these.
     
  9. jbotstein1

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    Awesome. Where and how do you get that holster? I haven't been able to find one to fit with my TLR-4 on.
     
  10. ronin.45

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    My choice as well
     
  11. Cole125

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    +1 I have a Streamlight TLR2 on my Glock 21sf, cannot go wrong with it.

    I have a Bravo Concealment holster on the way to carry the 21sf/TLR2 combo, too.
     
  12. Solscud007

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    It was custom made by Off The Grid Concepts.

    http://www.offthegridconcepts.com/
     
  13. vandros

    vandros 10mm fan

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    TLR2 all the way. I had it on my g19 for a year until I sold the gun - and loved it. I now have TLR1 on my g29 because I found laser useless for anything other than practicing hip (aka, close-body) shots.
     
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  14. Rikki

    Rikki Pathetic Loser

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    I'm currently wringing out a SUN OPTICS CFL-C3S on my 3rd gen G-21 SF.
    Made in China, I'm not willing to risk my life on it; it was VERY inexpensive...Less than 100 bucks. It's a good way to see if I like one well enough to shell out 500 bucks for the "real thing".
    It (for me) is a very different shooting platform with the laser...The biggest change I see is the fact that I do NOT have to bring the pistol up to my eye level to acquire a target...
    The Flashlight throws a wide enough beam that you are NOT painting the target with the muzzle...The laser surprisingly holds it's zero.
    Everybody that has used it likes it, but everybody agrees that it takes a lot of "thinking" to use the thing...light only, laser only, both, on/off, pulse.
    For me it's been a good cheap way to see if I really want one; to be honest I have no reason to think it WON'T do the job, just seems too cheap to be good.(to good to be true)
    Sun Optics, info@sunopticsusa.com or www.sunopticsusa.com and no, I don't work for them.
    I'm glad I got it and while it has held up 100% reliable, I'll probably go to a high dollar one for "the real thing"
     
  15. BigDog40

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    My bedside pistol has the Glock GTL 21 on it. Not the prettiest one out there, but does the job and around $200