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    Crimson Trace.....

    Just ordered a set of CT grips for my j-frame, great price with free shipping and free batteries for life.

    I have been wanting them and just been putting it off. Went to the range yesterday and shot it about a hundred rounds along with an auto that has the CT grip. We were there at dark and when the light goes away, that laser makes a big difference with these 50yr old eyes.

    You young guys may laugh, but for you guys my age.....they may be worth a look.

    The CT105 that I ordered is the smallest version of the grip, I wanted this as I pocket carry and they are about the same size as the Hogue Bantam that I have used on it for a while now.

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    I have four guns with CTG and a Green Laser on my Ruger 556.....and they make a world of difference with 60 year old eyes too.
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    I agree, I tried out a buddies Glock outfitted with a LaserMax at the range and ordered a CT for my K9 Kahr the next day.

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    I love my CT's!



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    Did you cash in on the $30 discount CTC is now offering? I hope so. CTC has always offered free batteries for life on their products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Did you cash in on the $30 discount CTC is now offering? I hope so. CTC has always offered free batteries for life on their products.
    Getting the discount. When I purchased my other CT grips for the auto, they did not come with lifetme batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwarren View Post
    Getting the discount. When I purchased my other CT grips for the auto, they did not come with lifetime batteries.
    IMO....hit them up for a new set of batteries once you get your product. Fill out the registration. Give it a week and you'll be set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    IMO....hit them up for a new set of batteries once you get your product. Fill out the registration. Give it a week and you'll be set.
    Thanks, that is a great idea and I will certainly do that.

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    I've got the 405 CT grips on my j-frame and love them. I'm still debating on getting them for my XD9sc though.

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    I bought my wife a Bersa Thunder .380 that came with them from the factory and I really liked them. I have now decided to put them on my j-frame and 1911. That shooting at dusk Saturday made even more of a believer out of me.....especially on the j-frame where I am really challenged to align the sites in low light.

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    If you are trying to sight in your laser at an outside range or in bright light, use a piece of reflective tape ( available at W-mart) on the bullseye for your sight target. It really works great to reflect the laser for adjustment.

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    Some people write them off as a gimmick and will cause you to be dependent on them without using your irons. To me they are invaluable on a pocket gun with minimum sights such as a j-frame or LCP etc. A person does need to train equally with sights and with laser. I thin they are a great tool if used properly.
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    I love my SR9c's CT

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    Even with the $30 off offered on the CT site prices are still too high. Example on the CT site with the $30 off offer the CT Laserguard sights for my LCP were $179. I purchased mine for $149 with free shipping. You can by a lot of batteries for $30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    Some people write them off as a gimmick and will cause you to be dependent on them without using your irons. To me they are invaluable on a pocket gun with minimum sights such as a j-frame or LCP etc. A person does need to train equally with sights and with laser. I thin they are a great tool if used properly.
    Yeah the same people still say semi-auto handguns are a gimmick too. You need every advantage you can get in a fight and the CT laser gives you another tool in your CCW toolbox.
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