Light/Laser combo

Discussion in 'SA-XD/XD(M) Accessories' started by Maddy345, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. Maddy345

    Maddy345 XDTalk 100 Member

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    Not that I know of, but you cant bet the price and the warranty.
     
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    Doesn't look too bad. What's it for?
     
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    Maddy345 XDTalk 100 Member

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    Laser eye surgery I think.
    :eek:
     
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    Wired XDTalk 5K Member Founding Member

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    LOL! Maybe. HD, SD, LEO?
     
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    i like it, although those damn CR123 batteries are like 10 bucks. I just had to buy some for my cyclops flashlight. 150 lumens is pretty bright in my book, my light is like 90 i think and its blinding. i could only imagine 150 in a BGs face.
     
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    does anyone have one mounted to a XD?
     
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    Check out this link for buying batteries. They have CR123 batteries for $1.50 each, or $2.50 for brand name. I buy the $1.50 battery station ones all the time though and they work as well as name brand.

    CR123A Batteries CR123 Batteries CR123A Battery CR123 Battery
     
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    Maddy345 XDTalk 100 Member

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    Oh. Home defense only probably.
     
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    thanks for the link man.. i will have to get on there for sure..
     
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    Really appreciate the link on the batteries. A buck saved on batteries is a buck more for toys.
     
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    Did you order this laser?? If so, how do you like it?? Will it fit on the xd40 sub-compact?? I like the way it looks. Thanks for a reply.
     
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    I decided against it. If you look at the ad and read the fine print it says the lifetime warranty is not included. I had other people tell me they bought form CAA just to find out they had to use a dremel to get parts to fit right on their rails.

    $89 ain't a lot of money but it is more than I would want to just throw away. There must be some reason why the brand name light/laser combos are over three times as much. If it sounds too good to be true it probably is (especially after hearing about the other stuff they make).
     
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    This looks just like the E.T.G. XP-6 that I bought for $59.95 at a gun show.It fit fine on the picatinny spec rail I made for the 10-22 I use for porcupines and skunks.I put it on my XCR for night time 'yotes too, and it works OK as long as they are inside 200 yds.The flashlight will light up their eyes at 250 yds, but to see enough of them to be sure of my target they need to be closer.It is a little more compact than some of the others I have seen too, and a bunch cheaper.The batteries(2-CR-123) have lasted really well (I haven't had to replace them yet and have run the light for about 2 hrs.)If you can get one for $60 or so, you might give it a try.
     
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    Like to see the "data" before I would stake my life on a no name brand.

     

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