This is a discussion on Lasermax for snubby? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; What's the difference between these two? Anyone here have lasermax for their revolver? I'm thinking of one for my 642 S&W http://www.lasermax.com/product.php?id=103 http://www.lasermax.com/product.php?id=105...
I bought a LaserMax at the SHOT Show a couple of years ago. The switch was never as intuitive for me as the CrimsonTrace. I loaned it to a friend who is a lefty, so the CT is a bit of an issue for him. He said the same thing, the switch wasn't what he was looking for. Same problem the new S&W Bodyguards have, the switch sucks. The revolver version is almost unusable.
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One is for a J-Frame with a concealed hammer (642) and the other one is for exposed or shrouded hammer (637, 638).What's the difference between these two? Anyone here have lasermax for their revolver?
But I suggest you just stick with one of the three laser grips that CT offers. All three can be found for around $200 with a some Google-Fu.
I personally have the LG-405 on all of my J-Frame's. I like the extra cushion the LG-405 gives on the rear of the grip all while not extending the length of the grip. It's a good combo between the model 105 and 305 grips. But that's just my opinion
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I agree with these guys^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I think if you're going to get the laser guide rod fo a semi, it would be fine, but I think CT has the better product
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