Any lefties with a J-Frame and laser - does it work?

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    Any lefties with a J-Frame and laser - does it work?

    Just curious, with the laser on the right side of the gun does this interfere in any way for left handed shooters?

    Are there other options?

    Thanks

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    I have a CT LG-105 on my j-frame BUG, it works fine with either hand.
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    Good to hear, thank you... the 105 is the one I was looking at (don't want to increase the size of the gun).

    How do you like it?

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    My wife has a 642 with lg305 grips I am a lefty and have no problem with them.

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    I'm a lefty, but no J-frame and I shoot right handed? :-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder71 View Post
    Good to hear, thank you... the 105 is the one I was looking at (don't want to increase the size of the gun).

    How do you like it?
    I've had them for a couple of years now and like them very much. The grip is comfortable in the hand and the stippling gives good purchase. They are also easy to conceal and don't hang up on clothing.
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    I have a CT LG-405 grip on my 638. Never a problem and the pocket on the backstrap DOES make a difference in felt recoil.

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    I have CT grips on three of my wheelguns, am a lefty and have no problems at all. Both thumbs are always outta the way for me. CT's on semi-autos...they are a problem for me, due
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