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Old 06-11-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
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Any opinions or reviews of a good quality yet not entirely expensive "tactical light"? Not sure if that's the proper terminology

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Old 06-11-2012, 10:10 PM   #2
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Cheaper than dirt has the Streamlight TLR1 LED 160lumen light/strobe for $107



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Cheaper than dirt also has the Streamlight TLR3 LED 90lumen light for $71.12



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Cheaper than dirt also has the Streamlight TLR3 LED 90lumen light for $71.12
Thanks! Thats perfect
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Thanks! Thats perfect
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Thanks! Thats perfect
Don’t over tighten it(TLR3), they are known for breaking off the ear that hooks the rail. The TLR1s on the the other hand are rock solid
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I have tlr1, its good. Strong material and not plastic polymer made. Best feature is the quick detach. Light is bright, bluish white color.

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Ive still got the old Streamlight M3 light, its alright for a halogen light.

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Sounds like a solid light. No laser on it perchance?

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Sounds like a solid light. No laser on it perchance?
Cheaper than dirt has the TLR2 with a laser for $248 and the TLR4 with laser for $116

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