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laser grips

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by mooreja, Oct 14, 2010.

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  1. mooreja

    mooreja Member

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    Which are better laser grips the crimson trace or the lasermax grips on a S&W 642?
     
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    I have a number of Crimson Trace laser grips and can't say enough good about them.

    I have only used one LaserMax product, their rail mounted laser. I was not impressed. The laser quickly came loose inside the case and the general engineering and construction IMO was low quality. I gave the laser to a friend to play with.

    I practice with CT lasers and Streamlight TLR-2 laser/lights 2-3 evenings a week (home range), so I have a fair amount of shooting experience with the CT.
    I like it so well I would have 3-4 more CT lasers if they were available for the guns.


    I would suggest you call CT at 800 441 2406 and ask for their free catalog and DVD. The DVD is worth watching whether or not the shooter is using a laser.


    Not that you are probably ever going to use this capability but the laser helps to insure quick accurate hits from point blank to fifty yards or so.
    38 S&W J Frame. 52 yards. Standing, two hands.
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    Kimber Ultra Tactical. Standing, two hands.
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    Thanks for the info, i think I'll go with the CT's.
     
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    Went with the Crimson Trace LG-405 for My 642, They went on easy, and were on target right out of the box. THANKS for the info M2.
     
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