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Will a laser sight help with acuraccy or are they just tacticool?


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Old 09-20-2012, 01:42 AM   #31
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That 's kind of my thinking. The fact that mine is on a super tiny, kind of hard to grip gun with a long trigger pull definitely doesn't help. I've gotten good repeatable accuracy with lasers mounted on full sized guns that friends had.

Doesn't help that I'm just not a laser fan to begin with. Most folks are unwilling to pay for a quality laser and then wonder why they break or don't hold zero. The Crimson Trace has a good reputation as a quality unit.
I'd see if that trigger could get worked on...nothing like a crisp trigger

I don't neccesarily suggest a lighter trigger for a carry pistol, as there are issues that go along with that...
not to mention too many accidental ouchies...but making a trigger act properly can go a long way!
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