CTC Laserguard or no?

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Modeler, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. Modeler

    Molalla, Oregon
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    Hi all,

    I'm currently carrying a Glock 19, put a Glock 27 on layaway at Keith's the other day (would have taken it home, but I was in a work vehicle...). I'm thinking of getting a CLC Laserguard for the Glock 27 and switching to it for my primary carry gun. Any thoughts on the Laserguard? Good, bad or indifferent?

  2. wombat

    Kirkland, WA

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    ... with a laser output of 5mW (peak) and 633nm, it's bright enough for daytime use.
    The T0657-A Laserguard fits all of the Glock range.

    The benefits of a laser aiming device in low light conditions are beneficial.
    But you have to learn how to sight, aim and shoot with it.

    The laser can be used as a warning in a potential confrontation; may be all that's needed to defuse.
    If needed, you don't need the front sight if in a comprised position. Put the dot on the target and squeeze the trigger.

    Look through the glocktalk forum.

    Now you might need a different holster ... and range time.

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