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No more Crimson Trace for me

This is a discussion on No more Crimson Trace for me within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Watch this entire Video. It's not that long. 4:00 Minutes. Especially I would like folks to see VID at about 2:34 Min You will see ...

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    Watch this entire Video. It's not that long. 4:00 Minutes.
    Especially I would like folks to see VID at about 2:34 Min
    You will see how many folks use a laser incorrectly and then decide that they don't like it.
    In this VID Todd shoots at a moving target while he is also moving etc.

    Watch it and then all comments are (of course) welcome. Try to make sure that they are at least constructive comments though.

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    WOW< I retract my satements on lasers for all ninjas after watching that video. I may want to purchase a set now for my CCW
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberpackn View Post
    Just didn't like the idea of depending on them.
    That was your mistake right there.

    use anything to make you a better shooter. but don't depend on anything. even your iron sights. I've had front mounts fly off multiple times.

    laser gives so many more possibilities for shooting scenarios. just another tool in the toolbox. that's all.
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    I have never used one but after seeing that video I would love to give them a try..... anyone got extra money I can have :(
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    Having only one eye and other challenges I take advantage of every tool. Rely on it? Perhaps more so than many and nothing replaces practice, practice, practice. You must adapt, improvise and overcome...or not.
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    The video makes it look easy but like I stated early on it is a tool that does require practice and the guy in the video has perfected it to the max.

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    Re: No more Crimson Trace for me

    I was never really into lasers until I bought a 1911 that came with CT laser grips and through practicing with them, I really seen the advantages.

    If I don't want to use the laser, no big deal.. the slide of a button turns them off.
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    Oh, I thought you were bashing Crimson Trace lasers, when in fact you seem to be removing them because you don't use them anymore. Probably should have left out "Crimson Trace" and just said "No more lasers for me"...

    I just put a Crimson Trace on my SR9c and so far, I like it.
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    I have the Laser Max on my Glock 33 and carry it in a Cross Bread Super Tuck and for some reason the holster trips the take down lever and it runs my batteries down and I will figure out how to change the holster to stop it from happening but you are right it is a good laser and when handling the gun you have to turn it on by pushing the take down lever to the side.

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