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Dieter122
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Posted: 4/27/2011 10:14:16 PM
whats a decent laser/light combo unit that you can suggest?

Looking to be in the same quality and price range as the Primary Arms units....

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Posted: 4/28/2011 11:22:25 AM
Surefire X400. It's expensive but you can use it on a handgun or rifle.
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Posted: 4/28/2011 11:35:46 AM
Originally Posted By AR15JoeL:
Surefire X400. It's expensive but you can use it on a handgun or rifle.


Looks real nice, just alot more than I wanted to spend. 600s alot for that.
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Posted: 4/28/2011 1:44:24 PM
TLR-2s is a good unit, cheaper than an X400

Are you really set on getting a combo unit?
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Posted: 4/28/2011 2:18:51 PM
Originally Posted By firepyro515:
TLR-2s is a good unit, cheaper than an X400

Are you really set on getting a combo unit?


I thought it would cut down on the physical bulk of the rifle....but it seems these units are prohibitevly expensive.

Im not dead set on a combo unit...id go for two dedicated units, as long as they arent excessively bulky or expensive.

I may just go with all primary arms units.
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Posted: 4/28/2011 3:45:28 PM
Crimson trace modular vertical fore grip. Reduces the amount of crap you have to secure to your rifle.

It is an A+ product.
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Posted: 4/28/2011 4:19:32 PM
What exactly are you looking for?

IR laser- Green Laser- Red Laser??

Light size- small Pistol - Larger for rifle

Light power Lumen wise?

Activation together or independent or both?

My instinct says the tlr-2 is what you want.

However I must say it may be well worth it to look into the unimax system where you can mount a light onto the laser body- though I dislike the concept in plastic as it is.

Also take a look a the the duo mount form larue.
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Posted: 4/28/2011 4:52:30 PM
Originally Posted By SD307:
What exactly are you looking for?

IR laser- Green Laser- Red Laser??

Light size- small Pistol - Larger for rifle

Light power Lumen wise?

Activation together or independent or both?

My instinct says the tlr-2 is what you want.

However I must say it may be well worth it to look into the unimax system where you can mount a light onto the laser body- though I dislike the concept in plastic as it is.

Also take a look a the the duo mount form larue.


Unsure about the CT grip..as ive already got a Tango Down grip in use on the one rifle ive got in mind...and the other I want to use a Knights grip.
Id rather a combo unit thats seperate from a grip really.

1) Green Laser
2) 350+ Lumen at least. My Primary Arms light puts out 380 Lumen and I paid only $75 on it
3) simple button on back to activate on/off is fine. Ive tried the pressure switches, not a fan...



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Posted: 5/1/2011 10:59:14 PM
Originally Posted By Dieter122:
Originally Posted By AR15JoeL:
Surefire X400. It's expensive but you can use it on a handgun or rifle.


Looks real nice, just alot more than I wanted to spend. 600s alot for that.


$600?????
What?? on their website maybe. Everyone knows you pickup any surefire product for 50-65% of Surefire's retail price on the EE or fleabay.
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Posted: 5/2/2011 1:16:57 AM
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ETA: Sorry, for some reason I missed the laser part and only suggested a light
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Posted: 5/2/2011 3:36:42 AM
Originally Posted By purevl2:
Originally Posted By Dieter122:
Originally Posted By AR15JoeL:
Surefire X400. It's expensive but you can use it on a handgun or rifle.


Looks real nice, just alot more than I wanted to spend. 600s alot for that.


$600?????
What?? on their website maybe. Everyone knows you pickup any surefire product for 50-65% of Surefire's retail price on the EE or fleabay.


This. From what I have seen, Surefire's warranty will still work regardless.
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