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Old 10-30-2012, 12:03 AM   #1
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Default Laser sights, for Glocks.

What are some good laser sight brands that fit Glocks?
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:06 AM   #2
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What generation glock?
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Gen 3 or gen 4 but mainly. I have both. Just need some suggestions for either or.
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I dont have one on mine, but I have considered Lasermax because it is internal...
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Some police departments have gone to lasers and have found they have less shooting incidents due to the intimidation factor. I tried the lasers and went to night sights. I found I was starting to get dependent on the laser and my grip had to be just right. They do make great training aids as they will let you know if your trigger work is bad. For training you just need one that clamps to the rail.
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Just my humble opinion.

The best laser is the one you put on after you've achieved an expert rating with your particular gun.

They have uses, but should never be thought of as a substitue for skill.
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Just my humble opinion.

The best laser is the one you put on after you've achieved an expert rating with your particular gun.

They have uses, but should never be thought of as a substitue for skill.
Are you saying we are not experts already?? WTF!! ZG said I was, damn it.. Viridian laser are the most popular and quite expensive. The laser/light combo is around $300. The one I looked at had 3 different modes for the laser and 2 for the light.
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