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Crimson Trace Master Series Grips (review)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by plouffedaddy, Aug 31, 2013.

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  1. plouffedaddy

    plouffedaddy Member

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    The Master Series grips operate similarly to the basic CT laser grips but they have a G10 pattern on them for a better grip, especially under adverse conditions.

    Pros:
    -You are able to see them in bright sunlight but they do jump out better in lower light conditions for sure
    -It helps when shooting from unorthodox/non standard shooting positions
    -Adjustable for windage/elevation
    -Instinctive activation
    -Great for dry fire practice
    -They do have an 'on/off' switch so you can save your battery when practicing
    -Crimson Trace provides replacement batteries each year for as long as you own the grips
    -Dot size is 1/2'' at 50 feet
    -Available for several size 1911 frames.


    Cons:
    -Price. Generally the Master Series grips run $275 and up
    -Can become a crutch; especially for new shooters.

    Here's a video review with some shooting in bright sunlight, some night shooting, and a discussion of the pros/cons of the grips:


     
  2. ku4hx

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    We've got six CTC lasers; we kind of like them too.
     
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