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crimson trace for southpaws....

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    crimson trace for southpaws....

    Hey all, quick question for everyone. In the title, I am indeed wrong handed. I was interested in purchasing a Crimson Trace laser for my 23 and 27. With the laser on the pistol, would the laser take any damage or would there be any discomfort while carrying with the laser rubbing the holster? Thanks for all your replies in advance.

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    Yes I know they are ambidextrous. I just wanted to know if while carrying, would it be uncomfortable at all with the laser on the side of your body.
    I'd rather be Judged by 12, Than carried by 6.

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    I don't see why there would be as when in the holster there should be next to no movment between the holster and the laser. I also don't see any discomfort from it as likely.
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    When I shoot the Glocks with CT grips, my right thumb blocks the beam. It's a no-go for me, I don't trust myself to remember to change my hand position under stress.
    Try not to screw up so bad they name the screw up after you. (Station 15 saying)

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    You could check out a LaserLyte rear sight laser available for all Glocks.
    It's well made - tough and reliable and maintains its point of impact and at least you'll have one on your firearm should you ever want to use it.
    You DO have to press a button to get it ON so please be aware of that fact.
    There is a VID at this link.
    http://www.laserlyte.com/

    Then there is also the internal LaserMax which turns on from either side of the handgun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superhouse 15 View Post
    When I shoot the Glocks with CT grips, my right thumb blocks the beam. It's a no-go for me, I don't trust myself to remember to change my hand position under stress.
    Agreed.

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