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Old December 5th, 2019, 05:48 AM   #16
 
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Old December 5th, 2019, 07:43 AM   #17
 
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Lots of options out there. I'm partial to Crimson Trace, at least for my handguns. On my M17, I have a Railmaster Pro with a 100-lumen light (plenty bright for inside the home, not so much for outdoors) and a green laser.

On my PCC, I have a much brighter (1200 lumen) Feyachi flashlight on the M-LOK handguard (I have the Chassis model), and a Romeo 5 red dot optic on the top rail. I prefer the optic to the laser on the PCC.

Let us know what you end up choosing, and how you like it!
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I purchased a TLR7 from Amazon. I installed it on the PC9 today .I called Streamlight to verify it would work. They told me to use the 1913-4 key. Fits perfectly and allows use of the sling stud.
It Also works on my Ruger American compact 9mm using the same key. It does extend 3mm beyond the end of the barrel, but it's main home will be on the PC. Very happy with it.
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Old December 5th, 2019, 06:44 PM   #19
 
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I purchased a TLR7 from Amazon. I installed it on the PC9 today .I called Streamlight to verify it would work. They told me to use the 1913-4 key. Fits perfectly and allows use of the sling stud.
It Also works on my Ruger American compact 9mm using the same key. It does extend 3mm beyond the end of the barrel, but it's main home will be on the PC. Very happy with it.
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Can you please post a pic of your PCC with the TLR7.
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Old December 6th, 2019, 08:47 AM   #20
 
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Can you please post a pic of your PCC with the TLR7.
Sorry, but I can't figure out how. I've got a cell phone pic transferred via email to my windows computer but can't seem to get it copied to this site. Sorry.
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Got the Olight Baldr Pro in and itís perfect...except itís about half a cm too long to get far enough down the rail for the 1913 insert to get into the slot. I can get the light on the rail and clamp it down using the quick detach lever but itís obviously not fully secured. I donít suppose thereís any easy way to remove that sling stud/eyelet ďconvenientlyĒ located right on the end of the rail, is there??
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Got the Olight Baldr Pro in and itís perfect...except itís about half a cm too long to get far enough down the rail for the 1913 insert to get into the slot. I can get the light on the rail and clamp it down using the quick detach lever but itís obviously not fully secured. I donít suppose thereís any easy way to remove that sling stud/eyelet ďconvenientlyĒ located right on the end of the rail, is there??
Update: all I had to do was grab an Allen wrench and slide it through the hole on the sling stud and with a little torque to break the seal it was easy to back the screw out. I removed the forend from the barrel before doing this...not sure that was necessary but made it much easier to work with. Now that the stud is out of the way the Olight Baldr Pro can be installed on the rail with the 1913 key up in the slot and quick detach lever clamped down, no wiggle at all. Iíll try to find some sort of flush fitting screw to fill the hole...probably not necessary but will satisfy my OCD that everything is buttoned up.
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I have the Streamlight TLR-2 HL G. It's the mutt's nuts. It's very bright indeed and the green laser is very easy to pick up in bright conditions. One thing I like over the Surefire lights is the strobe option, accessible with a double-tap. The SL remote switch I bought is very well made, too.
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