FWIW, I consider a flashlight an important thing to have in order to help identify a possible target, but I don't think it has much of a role when mounted on a firearm. If I had a choice, I'd rather have a separate flashlight to illuminate the area, and then a laser to target an opponent. Lasers can be added to many handguns with minimal impact on their weight or size. IMO, using a weapon-mounted flashlight to scan an area and locate a target is more than I want to consider. Maybe I'm oldschool, but I have a hard time using a flashlight to aim my weapon. It might be a friendly.
Last edited by springer99; December 25, 2012 at 11:42 AM.