A light should be light, right?
Right—at least that’s what Lt. Bill Squires of Idaho Falls’ finest believes.
The 18-year police veteran created the ReadyLight Pistol Light, which illuminates whatever is in front of the person holding the gun and can be used on any standard, semiautomatic pistol.
“The issue is that the vast majority of defensive use in firearms happens either at night or in low-light conditions,” Squires said. “So, the necessity of having a flashlight coupled with a firearm — a rifle or pistol — is pretty well-documented.”
Earlier this year, Squires won the inaugural BIG – Business + Innovation + Growth – competition hosted by Grow Idaho Falls.
Squires was awarded $3,000 for his lightweight gun light.
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