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Old 04-16-2013, 03:55 PM   #11
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IDK, but mine shine very bright sitting on my nightstand.
Mine do too, and my gun is a series one CDP
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Mine do too, and my gun is a series one CDP
I say sell them or work some sort of trade credit toward a set of Crimson Trace. Maybe the rosewood ones so your CDP will still resemble a stock CDP. I know a lot of folks that think that the CT grips are more of a novelty but I believe they are more of a deterrent. I know that if someone pulled a gun on me and I saw a red dot on my chest I'd be backing away pretty quick.
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I say sell them or work some sort of trade credit toward a set of Crimson Trace. Maybe the rosewood ones so your CDP will still resemble a stock CDP. I know a lot of folks that think that the CT grips are more of a novelty but I believe they are more of a deterrent. I know that if someone pulled a gun on me and I saw a red dot on my chest I'd be backing away pretty quick.
If someone pulled a gun on me I would be backing away very quickly too. I doubt I would have time to look down at my chest. In fact I wouldn;t even want to take my eyes off the guy.

But I agree whole heartily that if you don't need them then trading for a set of CT grips would be a good deal.
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I say sell them or work some sort of trade credit toward a set of Crimson Trace. Maybe the rosewood ones so your CDP will still resemble a stock CDP. I know a lot of folks that think that the CT grips are more of a novelty but I believe they are more of a deterrent. I know that if someone pulled a gun on me and I saw a red dot on my chest I'd be backing away pretty quick.
Sounds like a good idea. I like the stock look and regardless of what some say..
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