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 MSR rifle WML options? 
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So I've got an amazon card I'm thinking about getting a WML with. I like the TLR-1 HL I've got on my HD Glock, but also think it may be too bright. I don't currently have a vertical grip on the rifle, but could get one if that is a requirement to make the light work. What would you suggest? Inforce? O-light? Maybe switch my TLR to my rifle with a pressure switch kit and get a different one for my HD pistol?

Primary purpose of the rifle is outside the house. I've got a Rainier Arms XTC on the end, if that matters. I've got a small pic rail adapter on the right side of the rail to use for mounting on the rifle I have in mind. It also has a Bushnell TRS-25 on it.

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Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:56 pm
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I have a couple of Smith and Wesson Delta Force lights. They are good lights and can be set up for either push button or pressure switch. I also run some streamlight polytacs on various mounts. They are pretty good too. The Delta Force lights come with the mounting options.


Sat Mar 21, 2020 5:58 pm
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Just get a rail mount for a light and get a surefire or streamlight or olight. That way when you feel its not necessary to run a light you can use the light as your edc in your pocket.

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Sat Mar 21, 2020 7:16 pm
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I use Surefire 6P (w/ LED 1,000 lumen lamp) and G2X, mounted with 1" scope rings, forward right side of rails, with or without a VFG.

I do not like pressure switches and wires.

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Sun Mar 22, 2020 12:54 am
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Be sure to ensure who you're purchasing through on amazon and to closely inspect your light when you get it. Amazon has a big problem with counterfeit weapon lights. I've ordered 4 lights from amazon in the past, and 2 of them ended up being fake. I only order my lights from reputable shops now.


Thu Mar 26, 2020 7:36 am
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I have a few Elzetta design lights on my AR.

https://www.elzetta.com/

I have floodlight on my light and have 2 cell configuration.

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I also have one that goes on the bayonet lug:

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Thu Mar 26, 2020 1:22 pm
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EvilOmen wrote:
Be sure to ensure who you're purchasing through on amazon and to closely inspect your light when you get it. Amazon has a big problem with counterfeit weapon lights. I've ordered 4 lights from amazon in the past, and 2 of them ended up being fake. I only order my lights from reputable shops now.


Good reminder. in the past my amazon gun stuff has come from places like optics planet or primary arms as the seller.

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