CT Lasergrip for Glock M27 (Range Report)
This is a discussion on CT Lasergrip for Glock M27 (Range Report) within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Took my newly mounted Lasergrip module to the range to get it zeroed. It's supposed to come from the factory zeroed for 50 feet. It ...
October 14th, 2006 10:21 PM
October 14th, 2006 11:14 PM
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October 15th, 2006 08:07 AM
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October 15th, 2006 12:24 PM
I think the laser would give off a red flare signature in low light at the source. However in some situations , it probably will not matter.
I would like a laser, but CT's would require a diffrent safety(I will not do) and lasermax does not make a 4" 1911 laser .
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October 15th, 2006 01:09 PM
"As I said my alignment was already pretty good.
I used the supplied allen wrenches (teeeeeny tiny!) to fiddle with the elevation.
Got the dot to where it sits right over the front sight at 30 feet. That means that at any distance between contact and 30 feet, wherever the dot rests will approximate the point of impact."
Good positioning of the dot.
I don't think the gun smoke issue tracing back to you will be a problem in any actual use scenario.
Glad that it's obviously working out for you.
Personally I LIKE Laser Sights. I wish that I had them as an option on all of my carry pistols. My wallet is not that thick these days though.
Maybe I'll spring for one for my SIG.
October 15th, 2006 04:44 PM
You are probably referring to the right-hand grip. If that's correct, what would be the effect on a left-hand grip? Or maybe the CT comes in right- and left-hand versions...
Originally Posted by ExSoldier
October 15th, 2006 05:50 PM
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QK - do try and get one for the SIG - I have found the grip feel even better with those. Most so on my double stackers, 228 and 226 but - even on the 220 - feels nice.
Anubis - on the SIG ones anyways - there is a pressure pad for tip of middle finger both sides - so that would be good for ambi. I haven't tried any Glock ones yet.
Only crit' I might have with my SIG grips, and it's same on all three I have them on - if a hand small and/or fingers short, then there might be failure of laser operation.
No issue for me as by finger reaches round automatically with my hold, so if master switch on - we are good to go
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