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Old 05-23-2011, 05:24 AM   #1
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Default Looking for a weapon light

So as the title suggests I am in the neighborhood for a weapon light for my recently purchased Sig Sauer SP2022. I'm looking for something inexpensive yet reliable. I'm hoping to get a lot of suggestions so I can get a bigger pool to choose from once the time comes. Thanks in advance everyone!
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Old 08-10-2011, 01:02 AM   #2
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i would so with the Stream light tlr1s or insight m3x both great, cheap, inexpensive pistol lights (sell between 90-120 for both) mounting system for both are superb i would go with the insight m3x for quicker detacthment though the tlr1s have a screw type spring retention which is great for retention or a holster fitted for pistol lights but if you need it on in a pinch go with the insight!! hope this helped!
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The Streamlight TLR- series and apparently the Insight lights are really the best options. Expect any of them to cost around $100. I had a TLR-1 for a while before selling it (sold all my guns onto which it could actually mount), and it was very bright and the ergonomics were excellent.
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It's important that you choose the right light. For me the light must be water resistant, 180 lumens plus, long battery life. I personally have a Streamlight TLR 1 & 3 I love them both. Great price and awesome value..
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