Lasers: the good and the not so good
I just had my Crimson Trace Laserguard for my Kahr PM9 replaced under warranty by Crimson Trace.
Nice customer service from Crimson Trace, but a reminder that even if you have a laser on your gun you need to train 95% of the time as if you only have iron sights. My unit was about two years old and, after working flawlessly, simply failed one day a few weeks ago when when I was switching holsters. Another lesson that was highlighted by this episode is that if my laser had been one of those that only came on when manually turned on by a switch rather than when you simply grip the pistol, it would have been more likely that I would not have noticed that it was not working. This is another good reason to go with CT type grip based lasers