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Posted: 12/21/2003 1:06:01 PM EDT
I'm in the beginning stages of building a m4 for tactical entry use.  I've decided to go with the A.R.M.S.  SIR system and really want to run dual lights and a laser.  I'd like to hook up a light on either side and the laser on the under side.  I will be mounting the Knights Armament fore grip.  Here's my question.  What dual lights should I run?  What laser?  How can I hook these together to run off of 1 or 2 pressure pads? Any input is greatly appreciated.
Link Posted: 12/21/2003 1:41:13 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/21/2003 1:41:46 PM EDT by bvmjethead]
Why do you want two lights? Have you thought about how much all this is going to weigh?

Why not just get one bright light with a dimmer set of LED's like the Surefire M-900?

You kill two birds with one stone with this configuration as well. You get light and a vertical grip.



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Link Posted: 12/21/2003 6:00:38 PM EDT
Thanks for the response!  I believe you're right.  That would be the better choice by far.  I had looked at the M900's before, but thought they were a little pricey for the set-up.  Although, I didn't realize they came with the LED.....cool factor!  After thinking about it I'd have more in the dual set-up and handle, plus I'd have to mess with the nasty wires hanging.

I've sent him an email to see if he has any....hope so.
Link Posted: 12/21/2003 6:07:59 PM EDT

Check your IM.
Link Posted: 12/21/2003 7:23:42 PM EDT
M900 and OTAL on top.  Attach the tape switch from the OTAL with "ranger bands" and your done.
Link Posted: 12/22/2003 2:31:16 PM EDT
Two lights gives you redundancy (two is one and one is none) but start to get heavy.  I have been know to add a 952 to my carbine with the M900 when in need of extra exercise [;)].

Someone (I think it was new-arguy) once suggested a turbo head light in addition to your regular M900 to really reach out and touch someone.  That would be cool, but [i]really[/i] heavy....
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