RUGER LCP with Crimson Trace Grips **Accuracy test** My 2 videos

RUGER LCP with Crimson Trace Grips **Accuracy Test** My 2 videos

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    RUGER LCP with Crimson Trace Grips **Accuracy test** My 2 videos

    I'd like to demonstrate the accuracy potential of the Ruger LCP w/ Crimson Trace Laser Grips. (and 13# wolf recoil spring)

    Keep in mind, I am shooting from the hip with my right hand, while holding my Iphone and watching the screen in the left hand. So it takes me a few seconds longer to acquire the target through my iphone. Had I been able to hold the small LCP with both hands and acquire the target with my own eyes, it would be MUCH faster.

    Regardless, I think this video illustrates the accuracy and easy point of aim of this setup. And is a great option for deep concealment and self defense in close quarter or low light situations.

    Thanks and be safe!


    YouTube - RUGER LCP WITH CRIMSON TRACE GRIPS ** ACCURACY test ONE **

    YouTube - RUGER LCP WITH CRIMSON TRACE GRIPS **ACCURACY test 2**


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    Nice shootin'.

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    They are accurate little buggers! I love mine. No crimson trace laser though, but I'm impressed with your test videos. May have to look into one.
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    It doesn't get much better than that!

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    Most defensive guns are more accurate than the people shooting them.
    The more good folks carry guns, the fewer shots the crazies can get off.
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    I found the same thing when I added CT grips to both my 2" M36 and 3" M60. The M36 goes from "all over the map" to sub-2" groups at 30'.
    Gotta love that! I never really considered laser grips as a serious tool, just thought that they were another expensive gimmick. Well, not really a gimmick, I just didn't think that I had much use for one. But then I tried dry firing a used gun at Gander Mt. and thought that it might be worth further testing. As I like to dry fire practice a lot with my revolvers, I found that they are a great tool and not for that reason alone, I really have improved my trigger control. The rest is history.
    Good shootin'. Thanks for the videos.

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    Wow. I thought I was a good shot...

    Congrats. That was some fine shooting ! Thanks for the videos.
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    Very, very good work..
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    I love mine! I dont have the CT. Under rapid fire it is very accurate too!!
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    Was it this way right out of the box or did you have to adjust it to get it like this? I am going to get the laser for mine soon too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tubular031 View Post
    Was it this way right out of the box or did you have to adjust it to get it like this? I am going to get the laser for mine soon too!
    I've had experience with 3 Crimson Trace products.

    Kahr PM9 with Crimson Trace LG-437: Accurate at 25'/50' right out of the box. No adjustment necessary.

    Kahr P380 with Crimson Trace LG-433: The laser was high and to the right about 3" out of the box. I was able to adjust it in 5 minutes to be accurate at 25'/50'.

    Ruger LCP with Crimson Trace LG-431: I could not adjust the original laser accurately. No matter how much I adjusted it, it would shoot low about 10" to the left. I called Crimson Trace and they immediately sent out a replacement unit. The replacement unit was low and to the left about 3" out of the box. I was able to adjust it in 5 minutes to be accurate at 25'/50'.

    Overall, I've had very positive experiences with the CT. No complaints on my end, but I do hate cleaning the lens after a range session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    Overall, I've had very positive experiences with the CT. No complaints on my end, but I do hate cleaning the lens after a range session.


    Q tip and rubbing alcohol - takes only a few seconds. Or, just use the swab that comes with the laser.
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    I installed my CT grip right out of the box and never adjusted anything? Maybe a fluke? I don't know but I want one for all my handguns now, lol.

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    Good shooting... I bought my LCP a few weeks ago but haven't fired it yet. Now I'm pumped. What holster are you using? I use a Stoner back pocket holster. I have carried it several times and sometimes forget the little guy is in my pocket.

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    Good post. Thanks for sharing...
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