I had the opportunity to shoot the LinQ system in a darkened shooting bay at the Blackstone Shooting Center outside of Charlotte recently. Since we were shooting at an indoor pistol range, we used the JP Enterprises GMR-13 9mm carbine. It looks and acts like a standard AR rifle, but is modified to shoot 9mm pistol cartridges. When shooting indoors, not only does that prevent wear and tear on the range backstop, but the blast, noise, and concussion is also much more indoor-friendly. The operation was flawless, and I appreciated the clean lines of the gun. Normally, any kind of light or laser mounted up front with a remote activation switch elsewhere will require wires. I also really liked the ability to control light and laser with my firing hand as opposed to my support hand. Not only was it more intuitive, but it also allowed for more flexible use of the support hand. For example, if you need to open a door, move someone out of the way, or dial a phone, your light can stay active.