Streamlight

Discussion in 'Flashlights and Weapon Lights' started by LAZY EYED SNIPER, Apr 24, 2014.

  1. LAZY EYED SNIPER

    LAZY EYED SNIPER Overwatch Staff Member Administrator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    Yeah, I wish they were too...
  2. dwb

    dwb .410

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    The StreamLights are a no-brainer to me. They work, they are cost effective and ergonomic. I own SureFires, but they really don't impress me for the $$$.

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  3. MikeT

    MikeT .223

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    Haven't you heard, only real operators use Surefire, LOL.
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  4. dwb

    dwb .410

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    Yup, bought with someone else's money.....lmao
  5. Chuck1217

    Chuck1217 .22LR

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    I have two TLR-4 light-lasers, one for bedside gun and one for carry gun. One for carry gun, the plastic slide part that slides on to the pistol rail broke- sent it back- had it well over a year- got an email yesterday from UPS saying I had a package from Streamlight to be delivered the next day- (today.) It's a brand new TLR 4. They're good people.
  6. FLmossy

    FLmossy .22LR

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    20170403_224834_resized.jpg Put a Streamlight TLR-1 HL on my VP9. 800 lumens is no joke.
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  7. nitesite

    nitesite Ammo Nerd Forum Moderator "Philanthropist"

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    I had to pull my G34 with TLR-1 late last night on a very dangerous call, and again I was not stunned at how bright and penetrating the light was in pitch dark. I was once again comforted with my decision to mount that device on my GLOCK34. And the flood coverage is just perfect for a weapon light. Lots of throw, plenty of flood, and some good spill. I am just amazed at these lights and own several, mounted on several duty guns.
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