This is a discussion on Crimson Trace for a Taurus within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Does anybody have Crimson Trace lasergrips on a Taurus snubbie? I searched and didnt see one. I'm considering picking up a set and was looking ...
Does anybody have Crimson Trace lasergrips on a Taurus snubbie? I searched and didnt see one. I'm considering picking up a set and was looking for advice on the two models that they offer.Thanks for looking.
Don't have first hand expericance with them but functionally they should be the same with both windage and elevation being adjustable and the range, "dot" size being the same.
The differences will be the size of the grip, (the 385 being larger), the feel of the grip (the 385 being softer) and the fact that one (the 385) has a master on/off switch and the other doesn't.
I guess the decision on which to get boils down to if you want to have to remove the battery to practice w/o the laser (or just be able to switch it off) and if the larger grip is too large for what you want.......
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