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Preparing for personal defense scenarios on a brightly lit range, and firing against one-dimensional targets that are squared to you, isn’t combat practice. At best it is a beginner’s exercise in controlling the trigger and sight alignment. However, gunfights occur in dim light. This means that the time is overdue to practice and learn to use the proper tools. A combat light is an accessory to some, and a necessary tool to others.
It is one thing for a manufacturer to recommend a product, it is quite another to get a recommendation from the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA). After all, it is your hard earned money that will be going into your next purchase of a tactical torch, so why not get the best?
Some would disagree with having your primary means of illumination in a fixed position—favoring a less rigid, more mobile, compact handheld flashlight. However, for multiple reasons, a “loose” light is not always a very well thought out option when having a gun in hand either. A durable, high-lumen weapon-mounted light to illuminate your path, will make threat evaluation easier, and aid in target discrimination.
Kel-Tec CNC, Inc. is firmly committed to the development and production of original, unique, high-performance firearms. Yeah, yeah, yeah… we all know that, but did you know that Kel-Tec, one of America’s favorite gun makers, also makes some of the best flashlights on the market? Here’s a couple of product reviews you can’t miss.
With it becoming increasingly commonplace to choose the AR-15 for home defense, it is important to set-up your rifle for that particular purpose. One essential accessory is the tactical light. This blog post shows you how to mount a light using high-quality Magpul parts for less than $10!
Quality EDC gear doesn’t have to be expensive. The Mag-Tac Maglite is an affordable option for an everyday or back-up light. Check out our review on this knurled, tactical light.
Exciting news for carbine owners—the Trijicon MRO red dot sight is in stock and shipping! For a little over $500, the new MRO gives other sights a run for their money. Six other new optics are also featured in this post—including the 2,400-lumen Dominator, NcStar’s innovative blue laser and a revamp of Trijicon’s classic RX30-14.
In these 1-minute Law Shield videos, shooters can get tips on the most important aspects of choosing a carry flashlight, and then see three ways to deploy a light in tandem with a handgun.