The weapon lights on today’s rifles and pistols weren’t invented in a vacuum, and certainly aren’t new. Let’s talk WMLs then compared to now.
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WML (Weapon Mounted Light) or handheld or both? It's a common topic of discussion among those who go heeled. A couple of days ago Aaron Haskins of Twin Cities-based Acuto Training Concepts addressing this very thing. [content_block id=79075...