Streamlight tlr-3

Streamlight tlr-3

This is a discussion on Streamlight tlr-3 within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I've been looking at lights for my P2000 and I like this single battery model for it's compactness...but I can't seem to find a pic ...

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    I've been looking at lights for my P2000 and I like this single battery model for it's compactness...but I can't seem to find a pic of one mounted on the gun...I want to know if the switches are far enough back to manipulate easily with the index finger....any opinions or pics would be appreciated.


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    Thankk...looks like your switch sits far enough back to manipulate easily...I heard from others on the HK board that on the regular P2000, the switch sits kind of far forward...I did some more looking and found a pic and the switch was further forward than yours...wonder why?


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    I have the TLR-3. When it's on my XD S.C I can easily reach the controls. However on my G19 it's a stretch for my stubby fingers!

    I would like to add that it's a great, BRIGHT, little fella and I think you will enjoy it.

    Here is the best price I have found.

    Streamlight TLR3 LED Weaponlight IN STOCK and ready to ship!

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    I have one, get something with Quick Detach mounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigOrange View Post
    I have the TLR-3. When it's on my XD S.C I can easily reach the controls. However on my G19 it's a stretch for my stubby fingers!
    I have a TLR-2 on my HK and I actually use my left thumb (I shoot right handed) to activate the switch. It works better for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigOrange View Post
    I have the TLR-3. When it's on my XD S.C I can easily reach the controls. However on my G19 it's a stretch for my stubby fingers!

    I would like to add that it's a great, BRIGHT, little fella and I think you will enjoy it.

    Here is the best price I have found.

    Streamlight TLR3 LED Weaponlight IN STOCK and ready to ship!
    that's a great price...

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