Episode 6 – Weapon Lights Yes, No Why Not?

Context is everything and in this episode, you will hear the great contrast between the way law enforcement and daily concealed carriers use weapon-mounted lights… plus some great insights on which lights are best.

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3 Responses to Episode 6 – Weapon Lights Yes, No Why Not?

  1. Keith Kuhnsman September 30, 2020 at 8:53 am #

    Interesting discussion, and thank you all.

    One potential feature for non-police use which was missed is the strobe function on some lights.

    I am retired police, but have a light equipped pistol which turns on the strobe when drawn from the holster.

    Perhaps wishful thinking, but maybe, when an assailant gets “strobed,” he would as a reflex turn away, and maybe make a quick decision to disengage.

    Maybe.

    Thoughts appreciated.

  2. Steve S October 30, 2020 at 12:28 pm #

    Problem with strobe, is it not only affects the assailant but also the one deploying the light. Especially in a light colored room. Outside would be a better use for a strobe, especially when the assailant is under the influence of something. From current LE officer. Lights are bright enough now they have good effect hiding the one deploying the light

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