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Old 03-31-2010, 07:46 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any suggestions for a mount that fits a 9mm Browning Hi-Power? I would like to mount a flashlight and maybe a laser sight someday. Thanks!
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Old 03-31-2010, 07:48 PM   #2
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And, not just random links. I would like hearing from someone who is using one or has used one. Thanks.
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The Browning Hi Power is the King of the Nines. Please don't mess it up by trying to make it "tactical".
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Thanks Cane!!

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The Browning Hi Power is the King of the Nines. Please don't mess it up by trying to make it "tactical".
It is the pride and joy of my home protection! But, there may be times when it would be nice, in the middle of the night, to have a flashlight attached. I'm not looking to go "tactical" with it, just trying to free up a hand, so I don't have to hold the flashlight too.
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Get something like this The Surefire 6PDL Defender. A light attached to your weapon tells the BG where you are. Same with a laser.

With a hand held light, you can illuminate an area from cover without revealing your actual location by holding the light at knee level or over your head.
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Gun in right hand flashlight in left hand.
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Gun in right hand flashlight in left hand.
What was the point of adding a rail to a pistol if not for use with a light or laser?

Cmon guys.. Nothing wrong with this guys question.
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I guess my issue is where to mount the light?

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I guess it's just me but I wouldn't trust this!

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