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GLOCK Tactical Light/Laser Dimmer Combination GTL 22 Impact-Resistant Polymer Xenon Light Dimmer 3V Lithium Batteries

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Specifications and features:
For use under extreme conditions
Impact-resistant GLOCK polymer casing
Xenon-technology electronics
High luminous power
Ergonomic switch
Dimmer switch
3.03 oz. (w/batteries)
Uses 2 3V lithium batteries (included)
70 mins. run time
98' range
GLOCK/NATO/Weaver rail mounting

Glock's tactical light is equipped with the ultimate electronic features at a minimal weight and it is designed specifically for duty use under extreme circumstances. The high resistant GLOCK polymer casing holds xenon technology electronics packing high luminous power that is available at the touch of the ergomomically placed soft switch. 

Item#: 7-TAC04065,14106,6-1020638,2-GLTAC4065
Total number of Reviews: 5

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5.0 5
"I needed a light with laser for my new Glock 23. I have had many guns and various rail lights & lasers; however, I have always been disappointed when I tried to save a few bucks and purchased cheap lights and lasers. Finally, I purchased a Streamlight TLR 2 Tactical for my Keltec PLR. Although this is not the place for a review of the Streamlight - it too is an excellent product. I decided that I wanted to try a Glock light/laser for my Glock 23. I'm glad I did! I ordered this light/laser from CheaperThanDirt because they had the best price and are always reliable. Plus they ship quick - I got my light in three days! The light fits my Glock perfectly. It is bright and has a unique switch that allows me to bring up the brightness of the light to a level I desire each time I activate the switch - or I can preset the light. In addition, the light beam is adjustable from the front of the flashlight (not adviseable when shooting!). The laser is brilliant. Fit and finish are typical Glock beautiful. So, if you have a Glock and want a light/laser, then this is the light for your Glock. It's cool and both the gun and the light are made by Glock. No mix and match with this combo! It looks great and will fit/match your Glock perfectly."
5.0 5
"I just bought this for my Glock 17 and it fits perfectly. I tortured the dog with the lazer for awhile last night and the light is extremely bright. Shot it a few times and it still works great. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a night light/lazer combo for their pistol. It also comes with a nice hard case with tools and instructions. Very nice!"
5.0 5
"Yeah its expensive, but in this catagory you get what you pay for. I wanted something that was not only quality, but that would not look cheesy on my glock 22. Put about 60 rounds through the pistol with this unit on it, and no problems. The light beam is a little wide, but that is what you want inside a residence. Very bright, and the laser takes about a minute to zero to your specifications. As with most red lasers, you cant see it outside in bright sunlight, but I would use iron sights for daylight/outside shooting. The dimmer takes a little getting use to, but a very nice option."
1.0 5
"I can't believe glock still markets this terrible light system. I bought one of these a few years agoand it sucked!when you press the switch for momentary on then shoot the gun the recoil of the shot causes you to move the switch to the dead man position\"Aptly named\" as now the light is stuck in the constant on positition making you the worlds bigest target. this is a major design flaw that will most likely get you killed if you have this light for defensive use.glocks are ok for a duty pistol but this light is not up to the glock standars. one more thing this light is made of plasticfor the same price I bought an insight that was made with an aluminum body and a higher light out put.to make a long story short this light isn't worth the money"
2.0 5
"After 3 years the GTL-22 has died. While carrying it canceled the light would come on I would feel the heat turn it off , the switch gets softer, easier to turn on after time so the light has come on accidentally more than a few times. The plastic around the bulb has melted; the chrome has peeled off the reflector. I had to pull out the tabs that the batteries press against a time or two to make connection. And now it has become a paper weight until I can find out it can be repaired. If it has some kind of warranty I would buy one, if not I won\uFFFDt or wouldn\uFFFDt. I have between 400-500 rounds fired through it."