Two weeks ago I purchased a LCP and a CTC laser from our store. I am extremely happy with both items. I've made two range trips and the only problem was due to me not letting the trigger reset fully one time. Otherwise 250 rounds fired without a problem.
I have been considering buying the CT laser. I was concerned that the recoil might loosen the sight alignment or attachment to the lcp. I was also concerned that the power switch location may make it difficult to firmly grip the butt of the pistol with the upper finger. I have also considered the Arma Laser product for the KT which appears to have a stronger attachment to the frame. Has anyone considered and compared these two products. Your comments would be appreciated.
I've had my "Elsie" for several months now and absolutely love it. With my aging eyes I was having trouble with the little bump they call a front sight, so I broke down and ordered the Crimson Trace laser. Put it on last night and out to the range today. After a little adjustment, the combination puts them all in the same hole at 15 yards. Tore a ragged hole out of the center of the target with 2 clip-fulls of Gold Dots....This little pistol continues to amaze me. I've put about 600 rounds through it with out a FTF or FTE. And the accuracy for a mouse gun is outstanding. I carry it pretty much as a BUG for one of my 1911's or my XDM .40, but wouldn't be uncomfortable carrying it solo for a quick run to the store.....
Got to the range with my LCP and CT Laser. I couldnot sight it in as it was too bright outside and at 21 feet I could not see the laser. Going to have to get to an indoor range to do this.
I fired the LCP numerous times and had no trouble keeping my finger on the laser switch. I must admit, I have a death grip on any pistol I fire. This comes from watching a video of a guy firing a 50 cal and the pistol flying out of his hands. Thats not happing to me!
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