warning this may get a bit long. A little over a year ago I became sold on CT Laser Grips. Primary reason is that when I imagine a real life senario with threats shooting or charging and moving in and amongst cover and things I do not want to shoot it seems like no matter how many cardboard silhouettes I shoot practicing I'm still going to focused on the threat. The beautiful thing about the dot is that it's in the same focal plane as the threat. It all makes sense. What is bugging me is that I shoot better (at cardboard silhouettes) with my sights. To be mor specific. First shot is equivalent if not faster with the laser. But my doubles slow down as do single shots on multiple targets. I'm not sure but I think its because my brain isn't letting me pull the trigger until the dot is just right. Has anyone else experienced this? Another question I have is does anyone successfully deploy a hybrid where you use the dot for the first shot and then mentally switch to sights for doubles? Any other combinations? For now, for the reasons I mentioned above my handguns all have Laser Grips but I'd like to get to a point where follow up shots with the Laser feel as natural and quick as the do with sights. I'm interested to know if anyone else has experienced something similar especially if you have figured it out.