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Old 11-27-2014, 13:35   #1
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Magpul Forearm Light mounts

I bought what to me was one of the oddest 870 variants I have ever seen. It came with the Police / tactical forend, small with with the rings. Nothing fancy. This gun is light and quick to handle, so I do not have a lot of add ons on it. I do want to put a light on it, so I replaced the factory fore end with the Magpul fore end. My question is how are you guys, especially those that are hard on your guns / use them for a living mounting your lights on the magpul furniture?

I bought some of the ad on rail pads and have see some cats using a regular surefire x300 or similar variant, I have started to grow fond of the TLR 3 and 4's. I do not want to use a scout light with cable and pressure pad.

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Old 11-28-2014, 06:41   #2
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The very best option for an 870 mounted weapon light is the Sure integral front handguard unit...hands down. Its reliable, in the perfect place on a shotgun, and operation is very easy. Its one failing is cost. If this is a duty gun I wouldn't even think about the cost. Just go buy it. Virtually every other light mount for that platform, IMO is a serious compromise in many ways.
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Old 11-28-2014, 11:00   #3
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The very best option for an 870 mounted weapon light is the Sure integral front handguard unit...hands down. Its reliable, in the perfect place on a shotgun, and operation is very easy. Its one failing is cost. If this is a duty gun I wouldn't even think about the cost. Just go buy it. Virtually every other light mount for that platform, IMO is a serious compromise in many ways.
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