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Glock 26 Gen 4 Crimson Trace laser

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Bryan8605, Jan 6, 2013.

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  1. Bryan8605

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    Do any of you feel that a Crimson Trace laser is worth the steep price tag? In addition, does the laser change the grip significantly, it looks pretty fat with it on from the pics i've seen. What are your opinions?
     
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    No unless you're going to draw from ankle holster. When I checked price for CT J-frame grips my "jaw dropped". I said no thanks as I have white, orange, and black modeling paint to apply to stock sights.
     
  3. M2 Carbine

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    I have a G26, G33 and G19.

    I have about 8 Crimson Trace lasers, a bunch of Streamlight TLR-2 laser/lights and some other brand lasers.

    But I don't have a laser on the G26.

    I have a backyard range where I practice a lot of low light/dark laser/light shooting.


    As can be seen from the above I do think the cost of a good laser on a defense gun justifies the price.
     
  4. Bryan8605

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    Thank you for your replies, Gentlemen. I believe I will just spring for it, and take the plunge. as the cliche goes, "I'd rather have it and not need it, then need it and not have it". Thanks again.
     
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    Remember, it's a low light/dark point shooting system. It is not a replacement for the iron gun sights for daylight shooting.

    Like anything else there is a learning curve and you should get as much live fire practice as possible.

    IMO in it's element, low light/darkness, nothing comes close to the speed and acuracy of a laser equipped gun.
     
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