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Do you have laser grips?

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    I'm so backward that I don't even employ the night sights, much less a laser. I hark back to the days that Glockman10mm spoke of earlier when we used to shoot 'coons and 'possums out of trees or stop marauding skunks in their tracks in the back yard with nothing more than the fixed sights on the S&W Model 10 and a dim and dodgy D-cell flashlight.

    And yeah, the Model 10 has been inadvertently tossed around in rocks. It's hard to remove the sights on a fixed sight Smith & Wesson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    I'm so backward that I don't even employ the night sights, much less a laser. I hark back to the days that Glockman10mm spoke of earlier when we used to shoot 'coons and 'possums out of trees or stop marauding skunks in their tracks in the back yard with nothing more than the fixed sights on the S&W Model 10 and a dim and dodgy D-cell flashlight.

    And yeah, the Model 10 has been inadvertently tossed around in rocks. It's hard to remove the sights on a fixed sight Smith & Wesson.
    Ahh yes them good old days.
    Had to walk to and from school eight miles in the snow.
    It was up hill both ways.
    Just sayin'...

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    Actually it was an hour and a half form my house to the school house and I rode the bus.

    And they really were the good ol' days. A lot was learned about shooting, what worked, what was important, and how to practically apply all of it.
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    One of my carry guns has the Crimson Trace grips, the other doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    Actually it was an hour and a half form my house to the school house and I rode the bus.

    And they really were the good ol' days. A lot was learned about shooting, what worked, what was important, and how to practically apply all of it.
    So true. I think there are alot of people that have not had the benefit of experiencing these things, so they adopt what they see and hear. On the ear, initially it seems to make sense, that lasers are the answer, allows quicker target aquisition, and ect...but then throw in other factors that are reality, like if it's too dark to see the sites then how do you see the target... And other minor details commonly not factored in, and the laser begins to show many drawbacks as well.

    Like you said, you learn what works and what doesn't and how to use what you have to good effect.

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    I do have CT laser grips, but only on my bedside gun (S&W M36 with 3" barrel). None of my CCW handguns have laser grips.
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