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Old 10-22-2016, 06:42 PM   #1
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Will TLR-6 fit Ultra Carry II ?

The Streamlight website only mentions the micro series. If not, is there a laser/light combo that works with the Ultra Carry II ?
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Old 10-22-2016, 07:55 PM   #2
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Good question, found this one, it says "Micro" which could mean different things. It does not say exactly what it will fit. This the one you are looking at?

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Originally Posted by KnfMkAR View Post
The Streamlight website only mentions the micro series. If not, is there a laser/light combo that works with the Ultra Carry II ?
I this is what you will need for the Ultra Carry. Or maybe the LTG-701 model. The one in the link may not have a light.

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Yes. I noticed that Streamlight has more than one version of the TLR-6 so I was wondering if their "Micro" version would also fit the Ultra Carry II.
I may just have to buy one and see. Couldn't find any pics of that particular combo via google. Or perhaps I'll just be patient and wait to call Streamlight on Monday. ��
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Old 10-25-2016, 11:49 AM   #5
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I called Streamlight.

TLR-6 does fit Ultra Carry II

Data sheet:
http://www.streamlight.com/static/do...1Datasheet.pdf

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JMHO but I have a personal problem with a light attached to a gun. Imagine being awakened in the middle of the night by a noise. You grab your gun to investigate, you go into another room and find yourself pointing your .45, 9mm, .380 or whatever at your grandchild that was spending the night at your house. That's just one of a ton of examples, you don't ever point a gun at anything that you're not willing to completely destroy.
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Originally Posted by Chuck43 View Post
JMHO but I have a personal problem with a light attached to a gun. Imagine being awakened in the middle of the night by a noise. You grab your gun to investigate, you go into another room and find yourself pointing your .45, 9mm, .380 or whatever at your grandchild that was spending the night at your house. That's just one of a ton of examples, you don't ever point a gun at anything that you're not willing to completely destroy.


The caveat to that is, what happens if you need to pull a loved one out of harms way or if injured and still keeping armed?
This argument comes up quite often.


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Lasers are nice, maybe safe and fat cats need exercise.

In my case,....I rather not depend on a false belief in total security.
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It's just big toys for big boys.

I know there's lots of tactical reasons to (and not to) use a light and/or laser.

But I just think they're neat-o. It's not a replacement for training/awareness...but then, of course, neither is a gun.
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Don't get me wrong, I believe in having a flashlight. I have a small 1000 lumen flashlight sitting on my nightstand, I just don't believe in attaching them to the gun. The light I have can be used as a striking weapon, the sharpened bezels on the front and back will cut and tear.





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