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Old 09-27-2013, 09:42 PM   #1
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Have a M&P45 and I am looking for a good inexpensive (under $100) light to mount on the picatinny rail. Any suggestions?

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Old 09-27-2013, 11:18 PM   #2
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The tlr-1 by streamlight is $119 right now on amazon. They make a fantastic product. I have tha tlr-2 on my m&p 45c along with a couple of their handheld lights. The tlr-2 and others with lasers are overpriced IMO but I got it with a used gun for no added cost.

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Tlr-1 HL. 600 lumens for 119 at local FFL.

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TLR-1 is an excellent light. Worth the little bit over your budgeted price

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You can't beat the TLR series. Nothing that I've ever played with does, that's for sure!

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Have a M&P45 and I am looking for a good inexpensive (under $100) light to mount on the picatinny rail. Any suggestions?

Ya, buy a roll of copper wire and rewire some lights in your house so as you coming from your bedroom in the night you can turn on the lights farthest away from you, lighting up your burglar and keeping yourself hidden
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