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Old March 3, 2013, 07:32 PM   #1
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Photos of Streamlight TLR-1, Indoors

Meant to do this a long time ago, and wish I could do a better job - but anyway this'll give you a good idea of how this particular light works. My camera wasn't really getting the job done with the apartment any darker than it is, but you can see - the light is plenty bright with the lights ON. I'm a righty, and I have the TLR-1 mounted on the right side of gun, with Streamlight's magazine tube mount. I can easily manipulate the switch using my left index finger, without shifting the rest of my hand on the forend. I took these holding the shotgun with my right hand and the camera with my left - that's a workout!

This first shot was taken with the camera aimed at a mirror, I promise I didn't lie about which side the light is on.


This is about 20.5'.


Here is 13', keeping in mind typical home defense shooting distances.





I haven't tried out any other weapon lights besides this one, and I'm perfectly fine with that. This is an awesome torch, reasonable price, easy to install. Win, win, win. Buy one.

Steve
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Old March 3, 2013, 10:29 PM   #2
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I got one on my HD Shotgun. I had it mounted on the left side of the forend on a piece of rail, now its on the underside of the forend on a piece of rail. It is a very nice light.
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