This is a discussion on Need suggestions for an inexpensive light set-up for a shotgun. within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; It's a little bit more than your budget buy its pretty much bomb proof.. http://www.mountsplus.com/AR-15_Acce...2X-T-MODC.html CDM mounts are extremely GTG, I have their mount on ...
It's a little bit more than your budget buy its pretty much bomb proof.. http://www.mountsplus.com/AR-15_Acce...2X-T-MODC.html
CDM mounts are extremely GTG, I have their mount on my 590A1 and have a TLR 1 mounted on it... http://www.cdmgear.com/
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Before you go mounting a super-bright light or a strobe light onto your weapon - try it in your own home first. You may find there is so much reflection off your walls and other reflective surfaces that you end up disorienting yourself.
The number of people killed because they didn't have "enough gun" is dwarfed by those who had none at all. Get a gun you will always carry, and add more capability as you grow.
I carry a light EVERYWHERE I go...even places I can't have a firearm. They are very useful tools. I also have a couple mounted to long guns. I have one on a shotgun right next to the door that I use quite often to get rid of four legged varmints around the barns at night. I have even found out the hard way, that a light on a long gun should be VERY BRIGHT & capable of illuminating targets at 100 yards. (some of the older members here may recall my post about the incident, where I learned that a good light & hollow-points are a good thing.....Share your stupid stories)
My advice...don't go cheap on a light, you may not need to spend hundreds...but get a good quality light. Surefires work well for me.
A vote is like a rifle, its usefulness is based on the character of the user -T Roosevelt
If you carry a gun, some will call you paranoid. If I carry, what do I have to be paranoid about? -C Smith
An unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it. -J Cooper
It also has a pressure switch on or off in a heat beat or less depending on need. Like any tool you must work with it learn to use it.
If you find your self in your home with the need to use a fire arm I hope you are behind the bed or dresser some where you can wait for them to come to you .
Running around with or with out a light looking for some BG is not good.
I have cleared room builds even section of a town if is no fun.
To many toys on a weapon make it worthless.