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Old 08-19-2013, 12:16 PM   #1
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Anyone know of a good inexpensive flashlight that will be flush with frame its the compact .40 p250? Yes I said inexpensive so no one gives me hell for saying cheap. Thank you in advance

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Old 08-19-2013, 11:41 PM   #2
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How many inches of rail do you have? I have a "protec elite" which I use on my p226 which uses 2 inches of rail space. It's very bright. I withstands recoil just fine. It was on sale at Big 5 Sports for $45

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How many inches of rail do you have? I have a "protec elite" which I use on my p226 which uses 2 inches of rail space. It's very bright. I withstands recoil just fine. It was on sale at Big 5 Sports for $45
I'm not sure I don't have the gun with me. I believe around 3 inches or so. Do you have picture?
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It's a brick...I know, but for $45 I must say I'm pleased with how it performs.

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It's a brick...I know, but for $45 I must say I'm pleased with how it performs.
I don't mind a brick just for home defense. You don't have a picture on the gun do you
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I will get you a picture although it will be tonight when I get home.

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The "pros" of this light are: 1) it's bright, 2) it has three options being bright, dim and strobe (the strobe function is pretty dilbilitating), and in expensive.

The "cons": it's big (but not that heavy), and 2) to activate the light you have to press a small button just beneath the light bulbs which I suspect many tactical users would frown upon.

Overall it's great if you just want a light for home protection....probably not a light your local SWAT team would suggest.

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The "pros" of this light are: 1) it's bright, 2) it has three options being bright, dim and strobe (the strobe function is pretty dilbilitating), and in expensive.

The "cons": it's big (but not that heavy), and 2) to activate the light you have to press a small button just beneath the light bulbs which I suspect many tactical users would frown upon.

Overall it's great if you just want a light for home protection....probably not a light your local SWAT team would suggest.
Looks good man! Thank you for you're help I'm thinking about looking into it. I do like how it has strobe as well. If that don't blind you idj what will.
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