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Old 07-30-2011, 11:01 PM   #1
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I'm currently trying to find a decent light/optics setup for a Glock 22 Gen4, but I'm not sure what brands are decent and are worth the price, any ideas and help would be very helpful.

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Old 08-03-2011, 10:36 PM   #2
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If you are looking for the best light for your pistol I would go with the surefire x300 which is a halogen that will light a room up. It's priced around $300 nib and is top of the line and has a laser sight model for a little more. A more conservative light would be a streamlight tlr series which is basically a less expensive version of the surefire. Those would be my top picks and are what I use on my weapons to include my glock 17.

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If you are looking for the best light for your pistol I would go with the surefire x300 which is a halogen that will light a room up. It's priced around $300 nib and is top of the line and has a laser sight model for a little more. A more conservative light would be a streamlight tlr series which is basically a less expensive version of the surefire. Those would be my top picks and are what I use on my weapons to include my glock 17.
I agree with the Streamlight as a very good alternative.
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I have a streamlight on my 870. Best light I have ever owned.

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