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I finnaly got a chance to try out a pair today (on a 1911), and I love them, but have one problem(at least with the ones on the 1911) if your a right handed shooter, when you grip the pistol you have to have your finger in the trigger guard for the laser beam to be projected :eek: . When your trigger finger is outside the guard it blocks the beam :frown: . But they are a very nice addition to any pistol, just a little pricey.
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Bruce - I always notice much same on SIG - unless I make sure to keep trigger finger extended lower down - actually beside trigger guard. Maybe your grips have the emitter a bit lower - never seen them on 1911 yet.

Here (once more) my SIG - and you'll see if you project imaginary line from emitter - it can indeed stay clear even with finger off trigger but pointing straight fwd..


 

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I've shot my Colt Compact with CT's (as well as 4 other CT's) with no problem. Perhaps my hand is unusual, but I have zero problem putting my trigger finger on the front/side of the trigger guard - well out of the laser beam.
 

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Bruce - I always notice much same on SIG - unless I make sure to keep trigger finger extended lower down - actually beside trigger guard. Maybe your grips have the emitter a bit lower - never seen them on 1911 yet.

Here (once more) my SIG - and you'll see if you project imaginary line from emitter - it can indeed stay clear even with finger off trigger but pointing straight fwd..


Comes pretty close to my ideal HD gun: A sig P220ST with SureFire X200 gunlight and the CT grips. Probably in Blue rather than SS or more likely ROGARD with NP3 interior.
 
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