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M&P with TLR-1

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by .., Dec 10, 2006.

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    Recently got a Streamlight TLR-1 after a friend of mine bought two TLR-2's. He was very impressed with them, so much he sold is Surefire X200. Streamlight has a real winner.
     
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  2. madecov

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    TLR is a real nice light.
    I've heard a few reports of the finish getting ruined by muzzle blast so I put some duct tape on mine and then fire.

    My M40A1 with TLR-1
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    No, no, those are charachter marks. :rolleyes: I won't get to shoot mine till next weekend. My friend has put alot of .45 downrange with his TLR-2's and says it's holding up.
     
  4. CPshooter

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    I love my TLR-2. I put it on my XD-40 and shot all the time with no discoloration. Then i put it on my Glock 19 and it got charred a bit and turned to more of greyish color because of the muzzle blast. This was because it tucked underneath the XD-40 more than it did with the G19...and the Glock has a lower bore axis relative to the picatanny rail so it probably got a more direct blast of flame. Luckily, if you wipe it down with a rag it goes away completely.

    With that M&P it seems to be tucked under moreso than that Steyr, but the Steyr has a pretty high bore axis from just looking at the picture. I would be willing to bet that both of those setups would probably be safe from any muzzle blast charring.

    I do love my TLR-2, but the Surefire X200 seems like a sweet weapon light too. The TLR lights have a pretty focused beam that reaches out quite far, but I would expect the X200A to still be brighter since it's advertised to be at 100 lumens max.:confused: The X200B probably seems less bright than the TLR since it won't reach out as far due to the close combat oriented design. I'd like to buy a Surefire X200B or possibly that new Surefire X200 light/laser combo that i saw on a magazine cover...don't remember the name of the magazine, but it was on a M&P and i didn't see any info about it in the article. It will probably be released any time now..not sure if it was a laser or led, but it was definitely a new Surefire X200 combo light(it said X200A1 or something on it).
     
  5. Redneck with a 40

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    I was told by a streamlight rep at a recent gunshow that the TLR-1 puts out 90 lumens of light, with a range of 90 yards, pretty impressive for $100. I have one on my XD-40 and I'm impressed with it.
     
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