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Posted: 10/23/2006 3:51:06 PM EST
Anyone have one? Anyone beaten the crap out of it?

I know it's airsoft gear, but the one review I read the Airsofter slapped it on a real AR and used it for a carbine class.

Since used Surefire M9xx's are in excess of $400 and the RA6 is only $170 or so, it seems like a interesting piece.

Obviously I would thoroughly test it prior to placing it in service on my M4gery but I would like to hear others opinions before I slap down the cash on a chinese copy.
Link Posted: 10/23/2006 3:53:37 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/23/2006 3:58:33 PM EST
I have had zero problems with mine but I haven't been hard on it.
Link Posted: 10/23/2006 7:52:34 PM EST
Granted it is seeing/seen more use, but here is another experience...

www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=20&t=293773
Link Posted: 10/26/2006 4:09:45 PM EST
I guess the advantage for me is if my light goes down I have at least two more on my belt. If it craps out during training, it can be quickly replaced since I am not in a forward area.

With M910's going as cheap as they are though it makes it a tough decision.
Link Posted: 10/29/2006 1:03:23 PM EST
Three of us bought this light.
#1-main switch did not work properly on delivery, returned. Replacement arrived and the
LEDS didn't work, in route back to dealer. No refund, just another light.
#2-(Mine) Seemed OK, I am not a big fan of pressure switches so it stayed in the box.
When #1 had LED problems, I checked mine, the LEDs which had been
working, were not working. This light had been mounted for a week but no
shots fired. Dealer (different than #1) basically said "TS, your 14 day period has
expired".Dealer#1 offered to have it repaired even though I didn't buy it from him,
that's pretty great!
#3-Still working, mounted on patrol rifle, few shoots fired.
We are waiting and watching.
There are other methods of efficiently mounting a good light.
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