Nope never had a desire to.
This is a discussion on Do you EDC with a weapon light? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm just curious to know how many people EDC or have EDC a pistol with a light attached? If so, care to share your experience ...
I'm just curious to know how many people EDC or have EDC a pistol with a light attached? If so, care to share your experience and what pistol and light you're running? Pictures are welcome.
Nope never had a desire to.
When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk.
"Don't forget, incoming fire has the right of way."
A 9MM MAY expand to .45 but a 45ACP will never shrink to 9MM.
I do not. That said, my bedside weapon does have a light. And, I do keep lights in accessible places throughout my home and vehicles.
WML's are great bullet magnets.
A man has got to know his limitations.
In a world of snowflakes, be a torch.
No real use for a light. I do have Tritium sights on it . My CC is meant to be light as compact when carried as I can get it. That is why I CC a LC9S thin light and fits me well. Conceals without a lot of BX. Start dressing it up it becomes a boat anchor.
Yes Taurus really does suck. But in fairness they sure turned it around fast on warranty repair. Time will tell
I do not....but at night the G19 wears an Olight in the night stand.
Glock 19 Gen4
I have the Right to remain silent....just NOT the ability !!!
Carry Safe & Train hard !!
I carry a flashlight, separate from my pistol, daily. I keep a flashlight next to my pistol on the nightstand every night.
"If you look like food, you will be eaten." Clint Smith, Thunder Ranch
Learning occurs only after repetitive, demoralizing failures.
"Who needs your truth if it stands in our way?"
General Alexei Yepishev, political commissar of the Soviet Armed Forces
I EDC a handhand flashlight on my belt (next to my weapon). There are too many things in this old world that I need to shine a light on without pointing a weapon at it. The weapon is set up with night sights (TruGlo TFX Pro) for both daylight and low-light use.
Nope, not for carry. Flashlight (compact and bright) next to the gun on the nightstand.
Charlie Co. 101st Assault Helicopter Battalion (Wings of the Eagle), 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile)
Phu Bai, Vietnam 1971-72
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No lights on any of my weapons other than muzzle flash. I have flashlights in every room of the house and a couple in each vehicle.
Second Amendment: The difference between politicians and rulers.US Navy - US Army, RetiredNRA Benefactor Life Member
Well as of now I am the only “yes” vote. I have a TRL1 on an XD compact tactical.45. I also carry a hand held light. It doesn’t add that much size or weight, but it does provide me with an option.
Don't want baggage hanging from my guns, besides which none of my favorites are equipped for attaching baggage.