Removing My CT from my LCP

Removing My CT from my LCP

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    Removing My CT from my LCP

    Well all....after using my CT sight on my LCP for over a year now, I have decided to sell it off. I do not have a CT on my CW40 that I carry and I want to ensure I keep the same bare bones on both my CCWs. This way I do not try to engage with my CW40 and start looking for a red dot. First guy I called and told him I would take a crisp hondo said he would be over today. Funny thing, last year when I put the CT on I gave him the leather pocket holster I had made and today he said that if he buys it I have to swap the leather pocket holster I made that fits the CT sight as well. I guess its good to know he loves my holsters.
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    I can see the logic in this, but I have to ask why not put a CT on both guns?
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    Less bulk, no battries. I have truly been trying to get back to basics in life. Heck, i'm even thinking about buying a longbow/wood arrows for hunting this year; freezer might not be a full though....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carry4MyFam View Post
    Less bulk, no battries. I have truly been trying to get back to basics in life. Heck, i'm even thinking about buying a longbow/wood arrows for hunting this year; freezer might not be a full though....
    You know, Vegetarian is an old Indian word.....means Bad Hunter.

    As for getting back to the basics, if you start running around in a loin cloth you might want to consider a smart carry.
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    If I start running around in a loin cloth I will have no need to carry......no one would come near me!
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    I know all too well what you mean.
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    You learn to point shoot you do not need sights or a laser and you can still hit body mass quicker because you are not trying to acquire a target. Small friearms are close encounter defensive firearms that do not require sights or lasers--that is one reason that they are not included on these type of firearms. I understand S&W is going to include a laser on their 380 product in May but, quite frankly IMO, this is called "marketing" not gunsmithing.

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    I found that when out at the range I can't really train with the laser anyway (to much light). I find myself point shooting every time with the LCP; six shot rapid fire, always stays in a paper plate anyhow. I am sure if I have to use the LCP its going to be in a push/shove, step back, fire type of engagment. Like I said, back to basics....center mass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carry4MyFam View Post
    I found that when out at the range I can't really train with the laser anyway (to much light). I find myself point shooting every time with the LCP; six shot rapid fire, always stays in a paper plate anyhow. I am sure if I have to use the LCP its going to be in a push/shove, step back, fire type of engagment. Like I said, back to basics....center mass.
    I had a Ruger LCP with the CT laserguard that I traded for a Kahr CW9. I felt the same way you did plus I was tired of hunting down .380 ammunition.
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    Well its gone and boy did my buddy make out....CT sight, leather pocket holster, leather IWB holster & a well trimmed hand-all Jr with a hole in it for the CT button...$100.... now I just need to sell of my 2nd AR (556mm) so I can by a custom longbow....
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