Chad just published a comprehensive weapons light showdown between the Streamlight TLR-1s, Insight Technology M3X LED, Insight Technology WL1-AA and SureFire X300 Ultra. The rabbi thinks the whole idea is flawed. After I sent him the press release on the new $95 AEWL2 Weapon Light heading for production (not included in Nick’s test), the rabbi dismissed the whole pistol light thing. “On a pistol, the light need to be turned on with either the trigger finger, which is not a good idea, or the support hand which is not a good idea. Can’t be shooting while activating the light with trigger finger and may not have the support hand free. The other option is a switch on the grip such as what Crimson Trace does, which is not a good idea. Not possible to activate the switch with a death grip. So far, I have not found pistol mounted lights to be a ‘good idea.'” Gentlemen?