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In looking around I found this new laser for the P3AT. I wrote the company and they are planning on releasing a version for the LCP in about 3 months. Interesting differences between this and the Crimson Trace, especially that it doesn't affect the grip at all. Here's their website and pic attached. http://www.armalaser.com/Kel_Tec_P32_P3AT-KEL_TEC_P32_P3AT.html
 

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I had an Armalaser on my P3AT. The guy that owns the compancy, Rick I believe is a nice fellow. And it's always good to have choices/options. It makes the competition work that much harder. The more accessories for the LCP the better.
 

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Very intereresting.

True, not as sleek as the CT, but half the price...

I REALLY like that just grab and go technology....wonder how accurate that is? It just recognizes the touch? That's awesome...
 

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Being the skeptic that I am, it might be a little more believable if the gun stayed on camera 100% of the time. ???
 
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First, I have a C/T on my LCP and it does seem very nice. Fairly easy to activate, small and I agree with all the positive things said. Have not had a chance to really test it on the range yet but overall I'm pleased. Second, I have an ArmaLaser on my Keltec PF9 (not the new smaller RSS) more like the one shown here for the P3AT but rail mounts. Like noted, the owner Rick is a major involved guy. I had a problem when I first got mine and he called me ran me through a few tests then said my unit was not right and sent me another, which has worked fine. The ArmaLaser has a touch sensitive pad that turns on the laser, which remains on for about 12 seconds. It's good in many ways but it does shut down, possibly at a rather poor time. The C/T has a button that needs to be depressed and only stays on when that's happening. It's six of one half dozen of the other. C/T makes a great product but keeping the light on 100% when I want it on is not 100% so each has a learning curve and is not perfect but a good/ different approach. When ArmaLaser has a unit for the LCP I'd be interested in the reviews.
 
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