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Clone $65   Green Laser  Comes with pressure switch, takes 2 cr123 (I ran it with 2 RCR123) Made of ABS Plastic

Steamlight $250 (The Real Deal!)

I ordered a copy of the TLR-2 from China in Green Laser (which is hard to find in 2012) for $65 shipped. The streamlight cost $250 +  My older, red laser version was around $150.  The clone light was suppose to be an incandescent (the reason I bought it) but the shipped light was a LED (pretty bright too). The Green laser is very bright. Unfortunately after about 10 seconds it dims down because enclosure around laser is plastic instead of metal... Heat build-up reduces the laser power... Lesson = Get what you pay for  :-[



I bought this Clone Laser / Light for a Semi Auto BB Machine gun at $130  Umarex EBOS

Lots of Fun for a Semi Old Man of 47!  I played Paint Ball 10 years ago on a team so I'm ready for action! You can hook this up to CO2 bottles or use HPA (High Pressure Air) for cheap shooting thrills!

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Very cool! I wonder if you could open up the thing and find a way to manage the heat; I've toyed in  the past with cheap LED lights and non-conductive  heat compounds, paired with ground up copper and aluminum, with decent results. It's amazing how cheap some of the green lasers out there are, but I wonder about the IR filtration, even for the user.

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Re: TLR-2 Weapon Light / Laser Modification Green Red Clone Copy Mod China
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2013, 10:12:46 AM »
What's the second picture?