What are the options for mounting lights and lasers on these models?
Yeah, I saw one of those the other day on tv. Here's a site that has done a review of it and loads of pics to check out too. Here's the link to the companies website.:hand10:There's one laser called the TF1 I think. Replaces the rear sight. Very small, not much bigger than the normal rear sight.
THE FACT YOU HAVE TO MANUALY TURN THAT ON / OFF, makes it useless...
:wink:The activation switch is a strategically placed button at the back of the slide that is easily activated by the thumb in a normal shooting position for left- or right-handed shooters.
I could not agree more!personally i'm not a fan of lasers on guns. if your need to defend your life, chances are your only gonna have a half a second to pull you pistol and fire. you're most likely not going to have time to look for the little red dot (another distraction you don't need at the moment of truth)
however, lasers are useful training tools for trigger control, and also for LE clearing rooms and making sure nobody "sweeps" their fellow officer with their gun.
that's just my thought on the subject, a lot of folks like them on their defensive pistol
I could not agree more!