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Rail Light (Glock or Streamlight)?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by r0gue, May 20, 2007.

  1. r0gue

    r0gue

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    Any body try both of these? Any preference? I know I want the light and laser combo.

    Opinions appreciated.
     
  2. atexshooter

    atexshooter

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    I just bought the Streamlight. I liked the metal housing on it. I will be trying it iut this week. Put it on a new G19.
     

  3. Armed Infidel

    Armed Infidel ~ Old Warrior ~

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    I have the Streamlight TLR-2 and it's great!

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  4. tbhracing

    tbhracing Senior Member

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    I would really go with the Streamlight.
     
  5. chewysolo

    chewysolo Don't Re Member

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    I was thinking of getting one too. Does it add much weight to the gun??
     
  6. dachaddwick

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    i ordered the tlr-1 and i love it, it really bright, and no it dosent really add weight to the gun
     
  7. EddieMossberg

    EddieMossberg

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    I have three Glock lights and a TLR-2. I like the Glock lights because they are better ergonomically for me. I just like the way my finger rests on the switch a little bit more on the Glock lights.
    Now don't get me wrong, I use the TLR-2 on my Mossbrg PGP because it feels more sturdy and I feel it will withstand the heavy recoil of the shotgun without a problem. Which it has so far.
    Anyhow I am confident with both, because neither have ever failed in any way!:)
     
  8. tinman517

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    For HD purposes, I love my new TLR-2 set-up.
     
  9. CrazyTrain21

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    I'll be getting a TLR-2 in the coming weeks. My 2 requirements were LED bulb and light/laser combo. TLR-2 seems to fit the bill.
     
  10. solizone

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    The streamlight uses LED so its definately worth it since you don't ever need to change the bulb.
     
  11. jhc37013

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    Get the Streamlight the LED is great.