Do you have laser grips?

Do you have laser grips?

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  • Yes, I have laser grips

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    Do you have laser grips?

    Hey Guys,

    Just curious as to how many of you have lasers (crimson trace etc.) on your primary CC gun??

    Thanks!


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    No! I can see their usefulness in training, but not in a WalMart parking lot.OMOYMV
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    Bought them; installed them; removed them; but I voted in the yes category.
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    I have them on both my carry guns. A full size Kimber and a G30. Nice to have options if needed. You never know

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    Yes for about half of my guns
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    CTC laser grips. Yes....but they are on my wife's primary CC. They are nice, but I personally don't need them on any of those that I carry.

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    I have them on all my carry guns that I can (Kahr PM9, Kahr P380, Ruger LCP, S&W 638). They're an excellent training tool and can be very quick for target acquisition. That being said, they shouldn't replace training with fixed sights or point shooting. It should just be another tool in your arsenal.

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    oops, I voted before I read your post saying EDC...
    I've got them on my LCP, which I do carry a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    I have them on all my carry guns that I can (Kahr PM9, Kahr P380, Ruger LCP, S&W 638). They're an excellent training tool and can be very quick for target acquisition. That being said, they shouldn't replace training with fixed sights or point shooting. It should just be another tool in your arsenal.
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    Those who do not wish to see the utility that lasers can afford should check out the user feedback on the Lasermax website. These are testimonials from actual users - LEO, military, and civilian.

    'Nuff said about that.

    I've used Lasermax's guide rod laser, ArmaLaser, and Crimson Trace. While not perfect, I like the CT units the best, and have them on all my carry handguns...Lasergrip on my G19, and Laserguards on my G26 and all three of our LCPs.
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    Yep. M&P 45 with CT built into grip. Winter carry since I can conceal easier. I like the full size firepower when possible.
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    I don't have any issue with them I just don't like them on "most of my guns" I do however like them on the dedicated house gun and tactical guns. Just don't like them on EDC guns.
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    Have had in past, will have for EDC this year. Voted no because there was no "not yet" option.

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    Yes, I have a couple Crimson Trace grips sets. They are easy to use, unobtrusive and certainly add a useful function to the pistol. I see no downside to thm.

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    Yes, got a CTC laser grip on my Browning Hi-Power
    But, have a CTC laser guard on my G27.
    And, will install a CTC laser guard on my DB380 once they hit the streets.
    There ya go........

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    I have them on my S&W M&P 340. I like them a lot for that particular weapon.
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