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Tried some new Hornady Custom .380 shells today with my Crimson Trace laser. It is amazing technology. Just put the red dot on the target and pull the trigger. Nothing more, no aiming. 10 yards out and after 1/2 turn of the allenhead adjusting screw!
 

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Where is the laser activation switch located on this unit? Just wondering if it can be easily activated by "lefties".
 

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The Crimson Trace activation switch is located on the front of ther grip directly below the trigger guard...your middle finger will activate the laser. And it is awesome.
 

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I got the Crimson trace and it is great. It lined up perfect right out of the box. I didn't adjust anything it was right where I wanted it at about 20 ft.

I was worried about the switch since she doesn't have much handle to hold, but it is just fine. Activates easy and doesn't bother my grip a bit. I recommend it. My friend got an ARMALAZER but it hasn't seemed as though he is as happy as I am. He's having adjustment issues. I got free batteries for life with mine. I'm just suppose to order them once each year directly from CT.
 

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Ben Cartwright said:
Ale-8 said:
I got free batteries for life with mine. I'm just suppose to order them once each year directly from CT.
Free batteries for life? I recently purchased the CT, wonder if the free batteries for life deal is somewhere in the paperwork I didn't read? :)
...Ben, I received the offer...the info was with the product registration card. Mine stated that I had to register to be in the program. I did so and in about two weeks received a complimentary pack. Check your CT box for the documents, or send CT a note if not there. The original 357's are still providing plenty of power...purchased in August.

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