and officer shootings? Specifically, officers who were shot at while using a weapon mounted light during a building search or room entry; that type of thing. One of the things going around the department right now is NOT to use the weaponlight on "constant", but to instead use the "momentary" function so as to avoid the potential for being a target. To me, this seems like some of the same "training" as used to be taught - holding your maglight up and out, so that if the BG shot at your light, he'd miss. I just don't buy it, and am trying to find hard evidence of shootings that have happened because an officer had a light activated and the BG shot at the light and hit the officer. I know that's rather hard to find, but there are a lot of geeks among us (**cough**Cochese and his legendary net searches) who might already know where (or if) this data is at. Thanks. For the record, I run a G22/X200 in a 6360. I like it.