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Your missing the point of having a laser sighting tool. A good reason would be the time you cannot aim the traditional way. Like falling down, fleeing in one direction and shootin in another and from the hip. The list continues.
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You ask how I can see the red dot from the laser. Notice the target has a black background. It sure makes it easy. How do hold so steady? Well that is trigger/finger control. You start by purchased a set of strengthening springs grip things at Wal-Mart. They cost about $8.99 per pair. Work on your grip first. Then purchase a set of dry-fire caps for a revolver and dry fire it to death. Then put a dot on the wall (orange or black works best) . And while holding the pistol completely still and fire it at the dot, make sure it’s empty first. Do this a couple thousands times. Reference the button for the laser. I'm lefthanded and they never seem to be a problem. Then go shoot your LCP
 

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I think I better provide more information. I was shooting inside my pole barn. I was out of sunlight and the wind.

I see CT Joe is in this forum. He might not know me in this forum but he is a standup guy. Joe and I have talked on the phone several times.

Reference the S&W 624 CT this is the best I've been able to do. I really like the larger S&W CT grip. It's always a toss up which pistol is going to work. I also have a CT on a Glock 19, 22 , 23 and 17L . I wish they had a master on/off switch on the Glock models. Maybe someday CT will make my wish come true.





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