Which IR Laser/Laser Illuminator???Become dbal i2 vs peq 15 Site Sponsor Advanced Search. Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of I am wanting to know if someone has both of the lasers could they explain the Pros and Cons of each. I had the intention to reply to this 1 few days ago but got swamped with work.
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Become a Site Sponsor Advanced Search. Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of I am wanting to know if someone has both of the lasers could they explain the Pros and Cons of each. I had the intention to reply to this a few days ago but got swamped with work. First off, what you're seeing is not a preference one way or the other. They've done this by changing the ordering process to dissuade individual purchases. Whereas the LDI DBAL-A2s and A3s and to some degree the I2s, which get misidentified as their full power counterparts are still private purchased and re-sold, usually at stupid high prices.
Now that out of the way, I've got both and find that there's things about both I prefer. The other issue is the mount it uses is just shit. It's a thumbscrew, and there's no way to swap it out, so witness marking the screw position becomes critical if you start really running your guns for high round counts. I'm an interaction designer, so I spend a LOT of my time figuring out how human beings actually use stuff, and make it easier. The switching on the ATPIAL tends to be a lot easier in the dark, as in the off position it just requires a counter-clockwise turn to go to visible laser, and clockwise to logically go from low aiming, to low illumination, to dual low, to high aim, high illumination, then dual high.
This means without looking down at the unit you can always crank back to the start, and knowing how it starts you can cycle through easily. One to designate the activation mode, i.
Okay that's ONE bank, the other set of switches control what you're actually activating, be it the ir illuminator, designator, both, or visible laser. It just means that in the dark it can be a tad hard to hit the combo you want without having to do some trial and error unless you have those positions down pat.
Now that said, the DBAL has some distinct advantages, you can swap the mount out for a LaRue mount if you want, but by default they come with LDI's own self-adjusting throw lever that is The DBAL is also smaller so it's profile on the gun is much less noticeable. I can't say which of the two I like more. Nasty, I hope that answers your question. This is based on the A2 model, the A3 and I2 use a one-bank control system more in line with Insight's switchology.
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The SOP must vary because I was told they would cycle fresh batteries out every night after a patrol. The DBAL so far has been fine. Again, both systems have their pros and cons, I like having both. Thanks for all the insight from you guys no pun intended. I am coming from the military side of the house and am used to the Insight PEQ setup.
I would agree with the ease of use of the Insight lasers. I have never had an issue with my PEQ, I was just wanting to know if there was something newer and better on the market. I seems to come down, like many things gun related, to personal preference.
The only thing I wish they could improve on the PEQ is the mounting system. A Larue mount would be ideal. Thanks again for everyones input on the subject. Originally Posted by WillC. All times are GMT The time now is Image resizer by SevenSkins.