I added a laser to my Glock awhile back and am having second thoughts about how I sighted it in. I assumed if I had to use it for home defense it would be within 20 to 30 feet at the most. At approx 25 feet the laser is dead on. However, since the laser sits about two inches below the barrel then the laser certainly cants upward. IF I ever needed to fire at something further out I'd surely hit off the mark.
I'm now thinking the laser should be true to the barrel and just aim two inches low to get a true shot.
Anybody have the same view?
And I do realize that the heading should be "Sighting in a laser". My bad.