This is coming later this week on the Loadout Room but here’s a sneak peek at the range video. I like the Surefire XM300 on my G19. A weapon light is all you need, save your money on the fancy glow in the dark sights and lasers…
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Brandon Webb is a former Navy SEAL, and combat veteran, with deployments to Afghanistan, and Iraq. His last tour he served as Chief Petty Officer & Naval Special Warfare sniper Course Manager. He is the founder of Hurricane Media, a Dad to three amazing kids, Experimental Pilot, and New York Times bestselling author. His books include his bestselling memoir, The Red Circle, Among Heroes, Benghazi: The Definitive Report, The Killing School, The Power of Thought, and Total Focus.
This is an excellent post. My problem is following a little red dot everywhere. I'd feel more comfortable with a huge white light hitting the target rather than a laser.
Whenever you add a rail light (or any other railed device) to a glock, make sure you run a few mags through it, before you depend on it. There are some lights that tend to warp the frame sufficiently to induce some failures. Take the light off and the weapon will operate as before. Glock knows this but feels it is beyond their control.
Good tip, once you break it down it makes sense
Fuck Chief!!! That light is $200!! I'm just throwing a Mag flare in front of me. Lol
My CC instructor- a former Ranger and police officer now with whom I agree wholeheartedly-feels that a shotgun with 6-7 shot is the optimum weapon and load for home protection, so that collateral damage to family members in adjacent rooms and neighbors will be minimized while maximizing close range damage to intruders. Brandon-as well as any other SOF/Combat veterans-will respond differently to would be home invaders than I would, because while I can shoot a 4 inch group at 30 feet with my Sig on a paper target, I have never had to shoot a real human, particularly one who is coming at me in the dark after smoking meth or PCP when I have 10,000 iterations of bad outcomes racing through my brain. A .45 can penetrate 6 walls unless you are using ammo that the Air Marshal's use, as can 40 S&W, and 9mm. A 357 can go through up to 10 walls. That is still a bad ass light though.