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Which laser sight company is the best?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by m_kirk2001, Jul 8, 2009.

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Which laser grip manufacturer is the best?

  1. Surefire Laser Sights

    1 vote(s)
    4.3%
  2. Crimson Trace

    17 vote(s)
    73.9%
  3. Lasermax

    3 vote(s)
    13.0%
  4. Other

    2 vote(s)
    8.7%
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  1. m_kirk2001

    m_kirk2001 Member

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    If you were going to get a laser grip for a pistol which company would you get it from? Function comes before price, but price would definitely be worth considering...
     
  2. chuckusaret

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    I have to say Crimson Trace because it is the only one I have any experience with
     
  3. Steve H

    Steve H Member

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    I have a Crimson Trace on my Beretta 92 and a Laser Max on the XDm 9. both work well but both have pros and cons. the Crimson trace is "built in" but that makes the grips larger, the Laser Max is almost out of reach to quickly turn on. Neither company has units that fit every gun so if you are going with a laser make sure one is available for the gun you want to get.
     
  4. rcmodel

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    I would have to get a Crimson Trace laser grip, because the other two companies do not make laser grips.

    rc
     
  5. graywolfls

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    Laserdevices Inc. Circa 1990

    It was not that many years ago that if you wanted a laser sight on a weapon ( rifle or shotgun) This was all that was avail. It ran on 6 triple A's and was and was made by Laser Devices in Calif. It is a Helium/Neon laser and it put out 5 milli watts, plenty good for 100 yards even then. Now it just rests on a Remington 860 under the bed, ready to do its thing when called on.I dont remember what they cost but it was a lot at the time. What a miniture world we live in know. I got Crimson trace of five pistols from a Sig 220-45 to a custom Les Baer and they shoot and hit so well that it almost takes all the fun out of shooting.












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  6. gimlet1/21

    gimlet1/21 Member

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    I'm waiting for an operating rod/laser for the KT PF-9
     
  7. bad_company

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    Vote for Crimson Trace
     
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