Episode 6 – Weapon Lights Yes, No Why Not?
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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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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.
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
Awesome response Steve! I completely agree!